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Customize Episode Players

You can customize your episode player to ensure it fits the branding of your personal website, or to make your PodOps Hosting Website more you!

To navigate to where you can personalize the Players; Click on Podcast in the left navigation, click Manage on your podcast, and lastly click Players in the left navigation.

You’ll see a button, Customize Your Players. Click on it!

Colors #

You can change a bunch of colors on the player.

Background Color: This applies to the area behind the text, graphics, soundwave, and icons.

Icons Color: This applies to the play button, sound icons, forward/back icons, and share icons.

Timer Color: This applies to the episode run counter and episode run time.

Title Color: This applies to your podcast and episode titles.

Soundwave Color: This is the default soundwave a user sees prior to playing an episode.

Progress Bar Color: This applies to the soundwave as the episode is played.

Click the Color Block to open the RGB selector. Enter your color code, pick a color, or use the eye dropper to select a color from an image on your screen. Once you select the color, click Save to apply the changes.

Color Picker

Multi Episode Player #

To change the color of the Selected Episode on the Multi Episode Player, select the Multiple Episodes Preview box. This will apply the Multi Player field on the left.

Click the Color Block to open the RGB selector. Enter your color code, pick a color, or use the eye dropper to select a color from an image on your screen. Once you select the color, click Save to apply the changes.

Artwork #

IMPORTANT: If you are looking to change the podcast cover that appears on a player for an individual episode, this is completed by changing the Cover Image in the individual Episode.

Here you have the option to disable your podcast cover from appearing on individual players. If you are using the Multi Episode Player, Artwork will continue to appear in the list of episodes, but not for the episode being played.

Simply select the Hide Artwork option to apply this feature.

After making any changes, click Save Player to apply the changes.