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I have two Premium licenses.
The music Player works fine on my PC but not on my ipad.
How can I solve this problem?
I found the failure.
I use for my blog a .htaccess file. It is only a blog for a group of people. Not a public blog.
If I remove the password section in the .htaccess file than the music player in the iPad works fine.
But I need the .htaccess password protection. All your photo modules works fine with the .htaccess. Can you help me also with a solution for the music player.
Post link to your page with Music Player. Also I need FTP access to your server, so I can try to solve your problem.
I see a lot of folders via FTP with installed WordPresses, but “segeiln” folder is empty for me.
Try add to your .htaccess file this:
<FilesMatch mp3> Satisfy any order allow,deny allow from all </FilesMatch>
Tried to find solution, but nothing helps. Then I found this thread: https://discussions.apple.com/thread/6745223
So, I think problem is in iOS8 ( I could be wrong :) )
Really a good job from your side. It works:-))))))
I am impressed from your support.
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I lost our solution with the last G-Media update from yesterday. Is it necessary to adapt the module with each update?
I forgot that Music Player is built in module and it overwrites after update. I should create copy of Music Player with different folder name. Is FTP access is still works for me?