And sometimes it’s interesting to do just that and to see what others have done already. I found for instance Joe’s (jmrukkers) WordPress plugin that way – so I downloaded and installed it right away.
Joe describes two ways it should work, like with a single line, or the id in brackets.
So let’s test that with his latest two tracks here. For “Fun Time Funk”, I’ll try his method 1:
Hey, that looks cool – I now see the Wikiloops player embedded in the new “Gutenberg” editor. Wow.
Ok, his second method, with the track number in a bracketed ID now:
Hmmm ok – that doesn’t update itself in the editor, but then it wasn’t tested in WP 5.x and its “Gutenberg” editor – the plugin page says:
Tested up to: 4.9.10
(and I’m on WordPress 5.1.1)
So I’ll see after saving the thing as draft, or after refreshing the page… and yes, that worked as well, tho the first method is maybe both easier to remember and more direct in its result – showing you the track right away.
Anyway, great work from my friend and fellow musician Joe; thanks a lot for that, man!
In case you want to see us playing together, we did that already, in one of last year’s video collaborations – see here:
So that’s Joe and me together with a few more friends, some of which – including Joe – I have met shortly after this at last year’s members’ meeting.
Again, thanks Joe, and thanks to you for reading, viewing, and listening.