What is the internal player like from an accessibility perspective? -----Original Message----- From: blindcasting-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:blindcasting-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Steven M. Sawczyn Sent: Wednesday, January 06, 2010 4:13 PM To: blindcasting@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: Re: Using WordPress To Create Podcasts Hi, you really should look into Powerpress, a WordPress plugin that adds podcast functionality. PowerPress has many features including the ability to separate your podcast feed from your blog/blog comment feeds, the ability to categorize shows, the ability to create separate channels, i.e. for different file formats, and much more. It's free, it's easy to set up and, well, I just love it. Oh, it also automatically adds direct download links for your podcast posts and although I haven't configured it yet, can implement an internal player for specific episodes. I just moved the Assistive Technology show over to my Wordpress blog and so far, am super happy. Steve On Jan 6, 2010, at 2:27 PM, Kelly Sapergia wrote: Hi, I've decided to move my podcast from GCast to my WordPress-enabled blog at http://www.ksapergia.net/podcast/. I've created a post for the first episode of my podcast (I'm reposting the show notes for the previous episodes), but when I load in the blog's RSS feed into the Podcatcher program included with Webbie, at www.webbie.org.uk/, I get a "No podcast" message. Also, when I load any of the blog's feeds into Internet Explorer, I don't see the "Open attached file" message after a post containing a link to an audio file. If anyone's creating podcasts with WordPress, how do you go about making it work with other clients? Thanks. Yours Sincerely, Kelly John Sapergia For information regarding my Internet radio shows, links to my favorite sites, and more, visit my personal website at http://www.ksapergia.net/. If you need jingles, voiceovers and music for your project at an affordable price, visit KJS Productions at: http://www.kjsproductions.com/.