- This extension requires registration to download.
It's now responsive too.
1 - It duplicate the video frame, so the end-user need to broke the link everytime to remove the secound video.
2 - If your video URL came with any variable info inside it like: "feature=player_embedded&" it simply dont work, and again, you need to teach your client how to manually remove this peace of information from URL.
I hope you fix it, and I will be glad to give you 5 star review. It can be the best... IT CAN, it is not yet.
Perfect plugin. Displays across IE9 on Windows, Safari OSX on Mac, safari iOS6 on iPhone and iPad. Done.
Thanx for a GREAT plugin!
I like it very much, but I can't use it right now. Because you can't align the plugin as a picture next to the text.
Perhaps this could be added in a feature version?
/*the new video regular expresion*/
$reg_video_link_expr = '(http://www.youtube.com/watch\?v=([a-zA-Z0-9_-]+)(&[a-zA-Z]+=[a-zA-Z0-9_-]+)*)';
$article->text = preg_replace('|'.$reg_video_link_expr.'|e', '$this->youtubeCodeEmbed("\2")', $article->text);
With this piece of code i answer the comment made by FabZ on May 26, 2010.
That's all and thank you again!
To be perfect maybe it could clean anything in youtube link after "http://.../watch?v=AbCdEf12345".
At current time it keeps unnecessary "&feature=player_embedded" or "&eurl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww%2E ... &feature=player_embedded" as text in content, cause of less experienced publishers to manage links...
It's not an issue, but maybe plugin could help to solve it :)
YouTube Embedder never failed to catch a link and show it as video.
Nice work, thanks! ;)
I found this plug in and presto. It's so easy to get video working. I can't believe I didn't look for a better solution such as this one earlier. This has the goods and more!