Using the Windows Media Player Control with Firefox
Microsoft provides a plug-in that enables you to embed the Windows Media Player ActiveX control in a webpage so that it will be displayed correctly by a Firefox browser. The plug-in, which must be installed on the client computer, can be downloaded from the Microsoft Port25 website.
For information about the Firefox browser, see the Firefox website.
For more information about using Windows Media Player with Firefox, see the Windows Media Player section of the mozillaZine website.
The following topics describe how to embed the Windows Media Player control in a webpage that can be displayed correctly by both Internet Explorer and Firefox.
|Embedding the Player Control in a Web Page Displayed by Firefox||Describes how write script that creates an OBJECT element that is compatible with both Internet Explorer and Firefox.|
|Using PARAM Elements in a Web Page Displayed by Firefox||Describes the PARAM elements that are supported by the Firefox plug-in.|
|Using Script in a Web Page Displayed by Firefox||Describes the Windows Media Player objects that are supported by the Firefox plug-in.|
|Handling Events in a Web Page Displayed by Firefox||Describes how to write script, in a webpage displayed by Firefox, that handles Windows Media Player events.|
|Using the invokeURLs Property in a Web Page Displayed by Firefox||Describes how to respond to URL-type script commands in a webpage displayed by Firefox.|
Build date: 11/9/2012