I have added videos before.
I did the add link and clicked on you tube like normal, logged in and then
when I went in and found what I wanted on crafts I clicked on the one that I wanted and nothing happened it just said done.
Can anyone tell me why it wouldnt work. I tried on several and still nothing happened
Thanks in advance
Hi its ok I have worked it out before you had the video come up and watch it
now I clicked on the link at the top and copied into my hub and then said view and it came up. so different . but it works so thats fine
When I arrived at Hubpages I was so confused and a bit on my nerve on how to do things but like you by experimenting a little things resolve
Don't want to struggle = don't want to learn.
Same was the case with me .It took me few days to know how things work with hub pages
Glad to see that you got it sorted, Eileen.
For anyone else who's struggling to add a video clip to their hub, just follow these seven simple steps:
Step 1. Click on the Video botton to add a video capsule.
Step 2. Scroll down to your new video capsule and click on the Edit button.
Step 3. Open a new browser window and head over to Youtube. Find a suitable video.
Step 4. Click on the "About This Video" link to the right of the Youtube video clip.
Step 5. Highlight and copy the URL.
Step 6. Head back to your Hubpages Video Capsule and paste the URL into the Video URL or ID box
Step 7. Click Save. Now head up to the top of the page and click on Done Editing to save your changes!
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