Lala Playlist Widget

In a couple of separate recent posts about web music services, I noted that I like Lala, and that the Grooveshark widget uses the Clearspring platform to work on the widget-wary

Well, it turns out that Lala has a widget that uses Clearspring, including the still-not-documented clearspring_widget shortcode. Here’s a playlist with the first few tracks I added to my Lala collection.

[clearspring_widget title=”Lala Playlist Widget” wid=”48f4e8b6f7fe2a43″ pid=”48fe97b591fdb6b7″ width=”300″ height=”254″ domain=””]

14 thoughts on “Lala Playlist Widget”

  1. Andrew,

    I am also an Andrew W, so good to meet you!

    I’m a Grooveshark employee and am interested– which widget do you prefer? Lala or Grooveshark?

    I’m not looking for bias, I’m just trying to see how we can improve.

  2. My fellow Andrew W. I deliberately refrained from stating a preference, but since you ask…
    I have to say that I prefer the Lala widget. I like the look of it better (although I didn’t spend much time with the Grooveshark options for color, etc.).
    More important, the Lala widget works, whereas the Grooveshark widget keeps on losing track of the song I created it to play!

  3. Andrew:

    Thaks for the info. I have my Lala embed code ready to drop into my WordPress site, but where to I paste it?


  4. Hey there… I know I’m late to the party here, but I’d really like to use the LaLa widget on my wordpress blog, but I’m not sure I understand how to do so based on this post. Can you help?

    1. I figured it out. To any who are interested, you can find a play-by-play at my blog,

  5. If anybody’s interested in a step-by-step “how to,” I just detailed the procedure on my blog,

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