TextformatterAudioEmbed by Teppo

Converts audio file URLs within paragraph tags into HTML5 audio elements.

Textformatter Audio Embed ProcessWire module

Once enabled, this textformatter looks for audio file URLs and converts those to HTML5 <audio> elements. Works best with RTE (CKEditor) inputs.

Note that URLs need to be the only content within a paragraph tag. You can use an absolute URL or a relative URL, but in the case of relative URLs the path must point to an audio file within /site/assets/files/:

<!-- valid -->
<p>https://www.domain.tld/path/to/file.mp3</p>
<p>/site/assets/files/1/file.mp3</p>

<!-- invalid -->
<p>Dude, where's my https://www.domain.tld/path/to/car.mp3</p>
<p>/some/other/path/file.mp3</p>

Supported audio file formats:

  • .mp3 (audio/mpeg)
  • .ogg (audio/ogg)
  • .wav (audio/wav)

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