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Player Not Displaying Play Button
29 January, 2014
5:21 am
Matthewm
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The play button is not displaying on the page. I am not sure if its transparent or what is going on, but the users can not see it.

http://baxterroad.org/?page_id=1644 

Please advise.

 

Thanks!

 

Matthew M.

29 January, 2014
5:20 pm
Ben Miller
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Matthew M.,

The reason the play button is not appearing is explained in this topic.  Here is the link to the controls.svg image on sermonbrowser.com.  And here is the link to controls.svg on your site.  See the difference?  Your site is not sending out the correct MIME type for SVG files.  The correct MIME type is:

image/svg+xml

You'll need to talk to your web host to get them to correct this MIME type on your site.  Let me know if you have any questions.

Ben Miller, Pathways Church, Appleton, Wisconsin, USA
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29 January, 2014
9:35 pm
Matthewm
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How would I manually correct this?

 

Thanks!

29 January, 2014
9:38 pm
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There are different ways to do this depending on your hosting setup.  The best thing to do is to talk to your web host support about it.  Feel free to point them to this forum post.

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30 January, 2014
5:00 am
Matthewm
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Hi Ben -

 

My hosting provider indicated that the file is not translating the Adobe file correctly. They went in and redirected the file and the issue has been resolved!

 

Thanks for your help!

 

Peace and blessing!

22 February, 2014
6:10 pm
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I am also experiencing this issue and when I click on your link pointing to the control.svg file I see the icons, when I view mine in the similar location it gives me code and I see no graphics. Does the .htaccess file need to point to a certain location on the server? I would like to resolve this myself if you can provide a .htaccess file as an example to me that would be helpful too.

Thank you for your help

http://www.rgbaptist.org/sermons/

24 February, 2014
4:37 am
Ben Miller
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vaaudioguy,

As I mentioned in the post above, the problem is the MIME type is set incorrectly on your server.  According to this page, you might be able to add this MIME type from a .htaccess file by adding this line to your file:

AddType image/svg+xml .svg

Try that, and let us know if that works or not.  Let me know if you have any questions.

Ben Miller, Pathways Church, Appleton, Wisconsin, USA
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26 February, 2014
11:23 pm
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I was missing the AddType at the beginning and properly placed in the .htaccess file. Thank you for the help and the great support.

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