||[June 18th, 2006 / 10:50pm]
Basic playlist information for those of you who have been requesting but not posting. :P
Or for those of you who are just looking for an easier way to display your playlist.
HOW TO DISPLAY YOUR ITUNES PlAYLIST ON A WEBPAGE
If you'd like, you can create a webpage containing the lists of the files in your current iTunes playlist. This webpage will list each song's name, each album's name, the total number of songs, and more.
To generate this webpage, download this program to save your playlist. Open iTunes and click "Export Song List" and choose "Save As TXT File". Then, open the downloaded application. Double-click the "File" button and choose "Open". Select the TXT File you saved with iTunes and click "Open" and "OK". Upload your playlist HTML File to a website.
HOW TO DISPLAY YOUR WINAMP PLAYLIST ON A WEBPAGE
If you'd like, you can create a webpage containing the lists of the files in your current Winamp playlist. This webpage will list each song's name, the total number of songs, the total playlist length, and more.
To generate this webpage, open Winamp and create or load your playlist of all files. Double-click the "View" button and choose "Playlist Editor". Then, choose "Misc" to then choose "Misc" again and "Generate HTML Playlist". Check your TEMP directory (under Windows 2000 or XP, it may be under C:\Documents and Settings\YOUR_USER_NAME_HERE\Local Settings\Temp) for the playlist HTML file. Once you find and open the correct file, copy the file somewhere else on your hard drive with a new name so you won't forget where it is. Upload your playlist HTML file to a website.
FREE SITES FOR UPLOADING AND DISPLAYING YOUR PLAYLIST
Get a free website, free hosting, free web hosting, free blog, online photo album, online journal, web poll, web hosting and more! Use the HTML feature to upload your iTunes or Winamp playlist to the website.
Yahoo! GeoCities offers you a free web site and all the tools you need to build a dynamic site. Features include easy-to-use site building tools, free blog, free web site, and no technological knowledge is required. Use the HTML feature to upload your iTunes or Winamp playlist to the website.
Tripod makes it easy for members to create their own website. Free plan includes site building and file management tools, 20MB of disk space, blog builder, and photo album builder. Use the HTML feature to upload your iTunes or Winamp playlist to the website.
Angelfire makes it easy for members to create their own website. Free plan includes blog, photo album, and new planet builders, site building and file management tools, and 20MB disk space. Use the HTML feature to upload your iTunes or Winamp playlist to the website.
Get a website, guestbook, counter, forum, calendar, or over 20 other free interactive web tools! Free plan includes 1.5 GB of bandwidth, 50 MB disk space, easy builders, web-based FT, free templates, and is advertising supported. Use the HTML feature to upload your iTunes or Winamp playlist to the website.
SITES FOR MANUALLY DISPLAYING YOUR PLAYLIST
CD Tracker is a service that allows you to catalog all of your CD collection. Through their online site, CD Tracker provides a central database that can be retrieved from anywhere on the net. You can also track CDs you wish to purchase in the future!
Recordnerd allows you to make lists of your records & other items. You can use this list to trade with others, brag, or just to keep track of your collection!
With last.fm you get your own online music profile that you can fill up with the music you like. This information is used to create a personal radio station and to find users who are similar to you. Last.fm can even play you new artists and songs you might like. Use the chart feature to view albums.
Create a Wish List for a birthday, an anniversary, or a holiday - or just because - and then share it with your family and friends.
Application available for download that tracks your CD collection. You can search by song, artist and song/artist, plus by CD date or song date. You can track information such as number of CDs in the volume and song, artist, and song date by CD and track.
Please comment with any questions, corrections, or suggestions.