When updating my hubs to take out excess links and amazon capsules, I noticed that many Youtube videos are not visible. I realize some may have been pulled by the author, but it seems to be happening on just about all of my articles. Is there a bug? I hate to think I have to go back in an redo all the videos. Blank videos can't be good for search engine traffic either.
Same with some of my hubs. The youtube videos are not showing on Chrome but they do in Ebay.
This is strange. I checked again yesterday, and they were showing, so I thought it was a momentary glitch. But if it happened to you, as well as me, it might be an ongoing problem.
You may want to upgrade your browser.
There is a new version of Chrome available.
Also try disabling all browser extensions and clearing the cache as well.
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