The short answer is “yes”. However, this project is for more advanced web or graphic designers. The reason for this is that the files that make up a template are often “sliced” into several small sections that make up an enti...
Recorded music and sermons cannot be converted into MIDI music files. Recorded music files in formats such as MP3, .wav, Real Audio, and Windows Media are supported by Gold, Silver, and Bronze hosting packages (not Free or Starter sites). There ar...
There are three basic steps to including a tape or DVD recording on your computer: Create the video file on your computer. Transfer the video file to your account on the server. Update your website to link to the video file. For more details and t...
Flash is a term that actually refers to 2 different things. A Flash animation is a specially created file and the Flash Player is the “engine” that plays the file in a website. The Adobe Flash Player is a widely distributed multimedia an...
Any music that is your own original work can be used. However, there are several other options. If the image, video, or music was created by someone else, you are required to comply with copyright law by obtaining permission from the person(s) who ...
There are some websites that offer musical selections that are either public domain (the copyright expired — many older hymns fall under this category) or they are original pieces of music that are given away freely as a ministry. Here are som...
As is often the case, there are many websites that offer flash designs for a fee. However, certain Flash elements such as buttons, small animations, and even games are becoming more and more available without charge. A thorough search of the interne...
It could be one of several things. This is how to figure it out... * First, make sure your speakers connected and are turned on and the volume for your computer (and your speakers if applicable) is turned up. * When you go to the page with the music...