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Thread: Posting videos

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    I just wanted to let everyone know that you can embed Youtube and google videos in forum posts here at AC. This allows members to view the video directly on our site instead of having to go to youtube.

    To embed such as this one into the forum you simply use the youtube tag and write yt in brackets []. than you write the number after the = in the youtube url. In this case 1p0626dye8w and then you write /yt in brackets.

    It should then look like this ["yt]1p0626dye8w["/yt] (without the " signs that I wrote to make sure that the forum displays the coden.

    If you use this code the result is this:


    I personally think this is much better than having to go to youtube to watch the video and I would urge people to use this function when they post youtube videos.

    If you want to post google videos you do it in the same way but use the tag gv instead on yt
    Do as I say. Not as I do.

  2. Default my aquarium (hope i done it right)


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    Last edited by minniepodge; 08-24-2008 at 11:17 PM.

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    you need to look at the url link in Youtube for this video..

    Then you type: [.yt]the code here[./yt] <--without the . before yt

    The link is: http://www.youtube.com/v/8sx7nJqswq0
    So your code is the last part of the url link = 8sx7nJqswq0

    Enter that between the above brackets and it should show no problem




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    Guess I better glue a note to my computer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady Hobbs
    Guess I better glue a note to my computer.
    me too i always get stuck
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    easy enough to enter. The remembering is the hard part. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by William
    I just wanted to let everyone know that you can embed Youtube and google videos in forum posts here at AC. This allows members to view the video directly on our site instead of having to go to youtube.

    To embed such as this one into the forum you simply use the youtube tag and write yt in brackets []. than you write the number after the = in the youtube url. In this case 1p0626dye8w and then you write /yt in brackets.

    It should then look like this ["yt]1p0626dye8w["/yt] (without the " signs that I wrote to make sure that the forum displays the coden.

    If you use this code the result is this:


    I personally think this is much better than having to go to youtube to watch the video and I would urge people to use this function when they post youtube videos.

    If you want to post google videos you do it in the same way but use the tag gv instead on yt
    I am trying to do this, so where do you do all this entering of codes? I tried to copy & paste the url originally (downloaded my Angelfish video to Youtube, did the copy & paste thing,got an invalid file message,didn't work), sent a PM to Lady Hobbs asking for help, & she sent me this info, only problem is, I'm not tech-savvy, so could you spell it out for me step-by-step, as I really want to learn how to do this. Its probably very easy to do, just never did anything like this before

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    You would enter the link to the video here, in the body of the post, edit the link as described and it would come up as imbedded once you did the edit.

    You can preview your post to make sure it's correct before posting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishguy66
    I am trying to do this, so where do you do all this entering of codes? I tried to copy & paste the url originally (downloaded my Angelfish video to Youtube, did the copy & paste thing,got an invalid file message,didn't work), sent a PM to Lady Hobbs asking for help, & she sent me this info, only problem is, I'm not tech-savvy, so could you spell it out for me step-by-step, as I really want to learn how to do this. Its probably very easy to do, just never did anything like this before
    I did exactly as you wrote,multiple times & it simply doesn't work. Any other suggestions?

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    i tried many times and i always fail i almost memorize the code but still i cant make it
    newbie

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