How to add a music player to your website
Jimdo recommends using SoundCloud for adding a music or audio player to your website. You can upload your own audio files to SoundCloud and then embed a player on your website.
Step 1 - Create a SoundCloud account
Go to SoundCloud and enter your information to either create a new account or sign into your existing account.
Step 2 - Upload your music
After setting up your account, you can click on the Upload link to start adding songs or audio files to your account. Free SoundCloud accounts can upload up to 180 minutes of audio. If you need more than that, consider upgrading to SoundCloud Pro or trying one of the alternative options.
At this point, you can either record a new audio file right into SoundCloud using the microphone on your computer or you can upload an existing audio file. They support all standard audio formats and can accept files up to 5GB in size.
You can upload album artwork and fill in any information about the song, artist, and genre. Save when you are done.
Step 3 - Get the embed code
SoundCloud will present you with a link to where your new audio track is located. Here you can play your audio file and others can comment on it.
Look for the share icon and press it to see the available options.
Click on the Embed option.
Select which player option you prefer. There are additional options at the bottom.
After you have the player configured the way you like, copy the code in the Code and preview box.
We strongly discourage you from enabling automatic play for any audio or video on your website. Several studies show that having media playing without a visitor pressing a play button will drive people away from your website.
Step 4 - Paste the code into a Widget/HTML element
Once you have copied the embed code, log in to your Jimdo website. Navigate to the page where you want the music player to appear and add a new Widget / HTML Element. Paste the code into the element and save.
If you would like the player to appear on all pages, you can add the music player to the sidebar or footer of your template.