DSi Browser Websites

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Aug 13, 2009

DSi Browser Websites by Fabis94 at 2:42 AM (1,083 Views / 0 Likes) 7 replies

  1. Fabis94
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    Is there a way to embed a music file into a webpage so when you open the page in the DSi browser, it will play.
     
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    No, there isn't. The only form of media that can be viewed in the DSi browser are pictures.
     
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    Well, the DSi browser accepts very limited kinds of Java, so I doubt anything like that's possible, but it'd certainly be cool!
     
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    Hmm, that sucks. Well ok ty anyways.
    @V1ola: How limited?
     
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    He means javascript, not Java. And that's just the really basic type stuff they'd have on, say, wikipedia. The stuff it can't do is the stuff like what those sidebars on Apple's website do.
     
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    It can run PHP right? It would be retarded if it wouldn't.
    Also, DSi browser partially runs HTML5 which allows Video embeding. Could that work?
     
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    The DSi browser doesn't support audio or video. End of story.
     
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    PHP runs ONLY on server side, not in client's. It doesn't really matter which browser you use..
     

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