13 June, 2012
I just implemented sermon browser on our new church website, and it works great with one exception. There is no download link neither beside nor below the audio player. I can see the [file_with_download] tag in the template, but the code never makes it into the page for some reason. The site is at http://cornerstonelw.org. I'd appreciate any help you can give me.
18 June, 2009
I'd like you to go post a few things on here from your site. First, go to your Sermon page template and copy all the text in the box. Then go to pastebin.com and paste your Sermon page template there. After you hit submit, you'll be given a URL that you can post here so we can take a look at your template.
Also, I'd like you to open up your dictionary.php file from your Sermon Browser installation and paste that entire file into pastebin.com as well. Post the link to that one on here as well.
If you have any questions on how to do this, please feel free to ask.
10 July, 2012
I am completely a newbie and we love the sermon plug in. I tried a fix on these forums to add a download link but I cannot get it to work. My page is http://www.ivlifechurch.org/media/
29 June, 2012
Are you sure the audio file uploaded and is attached to the sermon post?
Go to "Sermons" in your admin panel and click "Edit" on one of the sermons listed there. At the bottom of that page, under "attachments" you should see the name of the audio file "something.mp3".
If that isn't there, try selecting "Choose existing file" and then see if your sermon is listed in the second drop-down box. If so, select it and save. If not, select "Upload a new one:", browse to your file and upload it. Make sure it's completely finished before you click "save."
Let us know how this goes.
10 July, 2012
Matt, I am using MediaElements.js as my audio player plug-in in conjunction with SermonBrowser. If you are using the same, you can use this shortcode in the SermonBrowser Options page, under "MP3 Shortcode".
[mejsaudio src="%SERMONURL%"]<p><a href="%SERMONURL%">Download audio file</a></p>
That should do the trick.
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