Tutorial to post light embedded Youtube videos
This is a Youtube link: [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
The letters and numbers after the "v=" are the so called video ID
, in this case it's i3dB0qEcG20
Sometimes there is more code after the videoID, only copy up to the first "&" symbol.
You can insert this video ID
into this line:
<div class="youtube-player" data-start="00:00:00" data-description="" data-id="videoID"></div>
and make it look like this:
<div class="youtube-player" data-start="00:00:00" data-description="" data-id="i3dB0qEcG20"></div>
This will result in this posted Youtube video:
has been added to to the Editor which allows you to comfortably insert this line of code template.
You can also add an optional description
which will be displayed in the thumbnail and set the time at which you want the video to start
To be able to use such HTML5 code in your posts you have to allow for it in your own personal user profile on this forum.
Go to your Profile
(written in small letters on top of your profile page) and here set Always allow HTML
to YESUpdate #2:
You can now use a whole youtube link as well, instead of pasting only the videoID part.Tutorial to embed Bitchute videos
When you post a message on this forum you can see all kind of icons on top of the message field.
One of those icons reads "Bit", when you press it you get this line copied into your message:
<div class="bitchute"><iframe frameborder="0" src="https://www.bitchute.com/embed/videoID"></iframe></div>
This is an example of bitchute link:
You take the videoID: O8GIQG1L4pOs
and copy it into the bitchute line where you replace the text "videoID" with your actual videoID:
<div class="bitchute"><iframe frameborder="0" src="https://www.bitchute.com/embed/O8GIQG1L4pOs"></iframe></div>