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Travis Thompson

Oswaldo, if you're comfortable editing story.html, then there is a solution.  Use Notepad to add the following javascript code:

<audio src="background.mp3" preload="auto" autoplay loop>

Replace background.mp3 with the name of your audio file.  Finally, place the audio file within published file package.  

Leslie McKerchie

Hey Rhonda,

We don't actually support the modification of published output, but if this is a task you wish to take on - the least I could do is show you how to get to the file :)

I used to just get browsers as well, but you have to click for 'more' (Choose another app) to reach Notepad.


Travis Thompson

The option Omar provided is absolutely the way to go if you are trying to loop something on a single slide.  But if you are wanting to loop audio throughout the entire course (i.e., background music) like Oswaldo was originally asking about, then you'll need to edit the published output.  Pankaj brings up a relevant point, though - you'll have to make this script edit every time you publish or update, and manually reinsert the audio file in the published content folder.

Sablaya Mayo


I am developing a course for a client and she asks me to sound a LOOP throughout the course, except for the first slide and it is an intro and has its own sound and the last slide has its own sound ... now, the file. what he gave me is a 7-second mp3 and he wants the whole course to be repeated ... and that within the course there is a button to pause / play music since it is independent from the voice of a narrator that sounds on each slide.