If your site is hosted on Wordpress.com, unfortunately, the answer is no.
If your site is a privately hosted Wordpress site, then the answer is yes, if you are the administrator or have the cooperation of the administrator.
<link> tag being stripped out. Wordpress will also strip out the "data" attributes which Soundcite uses as configuration.
More specifically: each Wordpress user has a role and those roles are defined as a list of "capabilities." Only users with the unfiltered_html capability can include the
<link> tag and the
data-* attributes in their posts. For other users, it will be stripped out. Also, if a user without the unfiltered_html capability edits a post after the code is inserted, these key parts of the post will be stripped out.
The site administrator can adjust roles and capabilities so that people can add the CSS link tag. However, even users with the unfiltered_html capability will see the
<link> tag stripped when they switch from the "text" tab of the Wordpress editor to the "visual" tab.
data-* attributes, so it will not be usable by Wordpress users without the unfiltered_html capability.
It would be possible to create a Wordpress plugin which works around these issues. At this time, we have not seen enough demand for Soundcite among Wordpress users to justify the effort, but we always welcome input from our audience.