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    Username Post: How to Embed a YouTube Video        (Topic#876161)
    watercrawl
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    04-07-10 09:03.17 - Post#2105810    



    I've had several requests for an explanation of how to embed a YouTube video. So, I'm going to write a short tutorial and sticky it somewhere.

    When you're at the spot to make a reply (whether it be the "Quick Reply" area if you have that option, or the formal reply area), there is a drop down menu box by the dialogue box that, by default, says - "Use Markup". Change this to "Use HTML".

    Now, on YouTube there is going to be a button that reads - "Embed". Click that and it will bring up an area with a bunch of things in it. In there are options you can choose....how big you want the video box to be once you embed it, if there is a frame, whether it loads in High Def....blah, blah, blah. Make your choices first. This will change the embed code at the top of this area. Once you're done making your choices, copy and paste this embed code into the dialogue box that you changed to "Use HTML". Hit "Add Post" and the video will be embedded.

    Now, if you want to add a description in the same post, you need to learn some basic HTML code. The only one you really need for this application is < p > (no spaces between the < p > either, if I write it correctly, it's a forum smilie) This is the "New paragraph" code. So, your first line could be something akin to "Here's a new video I made". This first line won't need the < p > in front. Every subsequent line/paragraph will though. Every time you hit "Enter" on your keyboard, you need to start fresh with a < p >

    Say the next thing you want is the video, so it would be < p > immediately followed by the embed code you get from YouTube.

    Then "Enter" twice, start a new < p > and continue your language.

    Once you change to the "Use HTML" option, the forum's formatting will not work. So no smilies, no font changes, no image insertions, nothing like that. It will all have to be written in proper HTML.

    Next post a demonstration of such.
    Adam

    www.marrknives.com

    Marr Knives on FB



     


    watercrawl
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    04-07-10 09:05.23 - Post#2105812    


        In response to watercrawl

    Here is my video comparing 10,000 grit waterstones:

    In the video are the 10,000 grit JKS stone, the Naniwa 10,000 grit Superstone, and the Naniwa 10,000 grit Chocera.

    The video is also a demonstration of how a sink bridge works.

    Adam

    www.marrknives.com

    Marr Knives on FB



     
    watercrawl
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    04-07-10 09:06.51 - Post#2105814    


        In response to watercrawl

    The above post would look like this right before you hit the "Add Post" button. Just remember, no spaces in the < p >.

    Here is my video comparing 10,000 grit waterstones:

    < p ><object width="873" height="525"><param name="movie" value="http://www.youtube.com/v/VZtgsbVVoCk&hl= en_US&fs=1&rel=0& amp;color1=0x006699&c olor2=0x54abd6&border =1"></param>< param name="allowFullScreen" value="true"></para m><param name="allowscriptaccess" value="always"></pa ram><embed src="http://www.youtube.com/v/VZtgsbVVoCk&hl= en_US&fs=1&rel=0& amp;color1=0x006699&c olor2=0x54abd6&border =1" type="application/x-shock wave-flash" allowscriptaccess="always " allowfullscreen="true" width="873" height="525"></embe d></object>

    < p >In the video are the 10,000 grit JKS stone, the Naniwa 10,000 grit Superstone, and the Naniwa 10,000 grit Chocera.

    < p >The video is also a demonstration of how a sink bridge works.
    Adam

    www.marrknives.com

    Marr Knives on FB



     
    Idiotking
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    04-07-10 09:09.08 - Post#2105816    


        In response to watercrawl

    Thanks for the explanation. I've wondered myself.






     
    rockbox
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    04-07-10 09:11.14 - Post#2105817    


        In response to Idiotking

    I have to say that the bb software they use here sucks monkey balls. The short titles, the dumb modes.
     
    watercrawl
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    04-07-10 09:14.06 - Post#2105818    


        In response to rockbox

    • rockbox Said:
    ....sucks monkey balls.



    Salty?
    Adam

    www.marrknives.com

    Marr Knives on FB



     
    C9
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    04-07-10 09:14.08 - Post#2105819    


        In response to Idiotking





    For those that need visual instructions

       Attachment

     
    watercrawl
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    04-07-10 09:15.55 - Post#2105821    


        In response to C9

    • C9 Said:
    For those that need visual instructions



    Thanks!!
    Adam

    www.marrknives.com

    Marr Knives on FB



     
    Idiotking
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    04-07-10 09:27.48 - Post#2105831    


        In response to watercrawl

    Test






     
    theraw
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    04-07-10 23:42.41 - Post#2105966    


        In response to watercrawl

    Just when I thought I'd seen everything...

    Charles A.K.A. 'Kade'

    "Ingredients have no boundaries."
    -Rokusaburo Michiba

    It is NEVER sharp enough.
    -Every sharpness addict




    Edited by theraw on 04-07-10 23:46.12. Reason for edit: No reason given.
     


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