When Ozark Action approached us there was a problem. Although they had a web developer build their site this web developer was rarely available to make needed updates. We enjoy helping local community services stay up and running but a new site was not in the budget. Ozark Action help those in need find help with all kinds of things like electric bills, heating, cooling, weatherization, community projects, housing, and head start programs. It was a shame to see that their web sites annual report was more than 2 years old. Also Ozark Action provides many jobs in the area, jobs that were impossible to post on their website. Enter Suit7, we kept the old site and found all source code files then brought their site up to date. Since then we are happy to say that anytime a update is needed one of the staff at Suit7 makes the required updates with in 48 hours. Ozark Action provides vital community services to our home area and we are very pleased with the opportunity to help keep their web site running and up to date.
Recently when working with a Custom RSS Reader app feeding from a WordPress installation we realized that rss readers didn’t like WordPress audio plugin shortcodes or WordPress’s media player. All we would get in our reader app was blank boxes or a non styled button that opened a browser window, taking our users from the app. After testing a few plugins and reading their documentation we realized that we were spinning our wheels.
After stepping back we realized how to play audio in our RSS Reader App using html. This snippet was found on http://www.w3schools.com/
That is when we decided to use the tried and true html5 language and it worked perfectly.
We used this code:
<source src=”#” type=”audio/mpeg” />
Replace the # with your audio file url.
For example the code would look like this:
<source src=”your_media_file.mp3″ type=”audio/mpeg” />
The audio file must be in .mp3 format other file formats can be used but the type= must match the format used.
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Benefit Bass Tournament
May 14, 2016 from 7:00am-3:00pm
Norfork Lake Panther Bay Marina
The purpose of this tournament is to raise money for two 8th grade students, Chaney Weindruch and Abby Brantner, to attend the Science, Technology, Engineering, & Mathematics (STEM) camp in Dallas in June 2016. Chaney and Abby were chosen by one of their teachers as candidates to go to this camp based on their abilities, knowledge, and acceleration in these subjects. Chaney and Abby are best friends and have decided that they will only go if they can go together, so all of their fundraising has been together. The total cost for both of them to attend is around $5000.
$100 entry fee per boat/team with 50% being paid back to 1st (1500), 2nd ($700), and 3rd ($300) place (based on 50 boats)
$5 big bass with 100% being paid back
Registration will begin at 6:00am
Shotgun start at 7:00am
The weigh-in will be at Panther Bay Marina at 3pm. where the winners will be declared and prizes awarded. Please notify Kirk Knapp at 870-405-4916 if you plan to attend. Click Here To Download Registration Form
At Suit7 we feel it is important to invest our communities future. There is no better way than investing in the next generation by supporting interest in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics; this is how our communities will stay competitive in the future. Sign up for some friendly competition for a good cause.