The Audier WordPress plugin is a super customizable audio player for Elementor builder. It is an easy widget to add music, podcasts, transcription, or any other audio information to your website. The player supports both single tracks and playlist. It looks and works perfectly on different devices.
You can use self-hosted files or external links in the Audier plugin. Each player control can be configured and ordered according to your requirements and wishes using straightforward layout settings. The playlist has advanced settings that allow you to use an individual file source for each item, as well as add a title, description and image thumbnail. Feel free to add an unlimited number of players to one page without worrying about chaotic sound as the widget includes the option of pausing other players when selected one is enabled. It also supports keyboard control, initial sound setting, and many other useful functions. Make your site sound and keep users engaged with your content.
To better understand the capabilities of the widget, we included 5 templates in the package. These are just some examples that can inspire you to create your style. It provides you with a quick start in a few clicks.
Each element of the player can be customized through flexible style settings so you can get exactly what you want without any compromise. Change the color, typography, width and height, background color, border, margins, paddings and others for each control. All this can be configured directly from the Elementor’s interface and does not require additional code knowledge.
The Audier WordPress plugin for Elementor is exceptionally compatible with all modern browsers. It does not matter which browser users view your site: Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Safari, or Edge. Everything will look great on all devices and in all browsers.
The plugin installation takes only a few seconds. Also, you do not need to make any additional settings. The plugin is ready to work immediately after installation – you only need to install and activate it in WordPress. Read more about capabilities and settings in the Online Documentation.