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    Hello…. hope this does not sound too silly.

    I have an html5 audio recorder created by H5P that lives on a WordPress site.  The only way to create such a recorder is to use a plugin for moodle, WP or drupal. I chose WP. It has the advantage of easy installation and it always works.

    I would like to embed ONLY the recorder into a Lectora page. The recorder is only part of the page on which it is found (in WP there is header and menus etc). So, is there some way that I can embed only the part of the WP page that contains the recorder and nothing else? Alternatively, do you know of a reliable, Lectora-embeddable html5 audio recorder?

    I have not had much luck with Flash recorders which encounter security issues and the html5 recorders I have experimented with have been challenging for me to install (I do not have much fluency in installing JS on Lectora – although the things I do well I do ok).

    Thanks for any help.

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    Cant you simply embed the HTML for the H5P component as external HTML object ?
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    That’s a thought. I will look. Thank you.

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