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Time Remaining
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Review song link: we were adding as a layer to the paler but, it got too large and ugly.
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Buy song link.
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And a bunch of nice styling/skin tweaks"
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* Lacy Morrow's modified version of Fabricio's player:
 
* Lacy Morrow's modified version of Fabricio's player:

Revision as of 16:58, 28 February 2007

XML Shareable Playlist Format (XSPF), pronounced spiff, is a next-generation playlist format for digital media such as songs in Vorbis or MP3 format. This wiki is for developers.

The mime type for XSPF playlists is application/xspf+xml, although it has not yet been registered with IANA.

Supporting applications

These are applications which support XSPF and have not yet been added to the [[1][main applications list]].

"We added: A Scrubber/Shuttle so the lister can move the playhead to any point along the song. Time Remaining, Elapsed Time Played, Genre of Song, Origin/Location (city) of artist. Site specific stuff which my not be of interest to others is: Review song link: we were adding as a layer to the player but, it got too large and ugly. Buy song link. And a bunch of nice styling/skin tweaks."

See also

External links

This wiki is new as of spring 2005; are you looking for the old XSPF wiki?)