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Display YouTube video

Last Updated: Jun 06, 2016 05:21PM EDT


YouTube is a video-sharing website which allows users to upload, view, and share videos, and it makes use of Adobe Flash Video and HTML5 technology to display a wide variety of user-generated and corporate media video..


Use YouTube on your website to:
 
  • Show customers a video of your products and services
  • Let the world sample a preview of your band's gig
  • Show your friends a memorable experience in your personal site

The built-in YouTube Application makes it easy to add this feature to your pages. Just go to Left Menu > Elements > Add-Ons  and drag-and-drop the YouTube application into your site. A blue area on the page will show you the available position to apply the element on page.


Once added on page, click inside the element to show the preference panel and set up your YouTube video:

1. In the top text field you can enter directly your YouTube video URL or Search by keyword to browse videos.
If you chose to search a keyword - enter the word in the text field and press on the blue "search" button that will appear. Results will be displayed beneath the search window and you can select a video by clicking on it. To save your choice - click outside of the application menu.

2. Choose from three predefined video sizes - Small, Medium and Large

3. If you don't want to use the default video size, you can set custom dimensions. Simply check the Custom Size checkbox and enter Width and Height (in pixels)

4. You can choose page alignment for the video on page - Left, Center, Right

5. From the three check-boxes you can choose:
 
  • Autostart - should your video play automatically once the page is loaded
  • Loop - should your video play repeatedly
  • Show Player Controls - should the built-in YouTube controls be visible
 


Note: YouTube application cannot be added inside a Text and Image element. It is only designed to be added as an individual element. When used in combination with the Section Group you can get very similar layout as if you use Tables inside the Text and Image element.

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