I wrote a hub about it a long time ago. You should look at it.
Wait, do you want to put a youtube video into your blog? Just take the embed code on the youtube video website and paste it into your blog. You should be able to figure it out from there. IT's simple enough.
On the YouTube Video there should be an option on the video that says share, when you hit share another option button will say embed. Choose embed then you simply highlight the http address, right click with your mouse and choose copy. Go back to your hub and paste the link into the video box using your mouse again with the right cllick. That's it!
Are you trying to say, Embed a YouTube video because you can't download it ON your blog. You can make a post and embed the video by copying and pasting the HTML code (or embed code) that YouTube provides in the share link just below the video that you want to embed. Of course, you will have to open the video to see the embed code.
Hope this helps.
Thank you all for your answers to my question! I was able to finally do it. I thought I was doing it right but it kept saying I didnt hve the URL right even though I knew I did. After I tried again I go it correct. I think maybe I missed a step and after following your wonderful directions I was able to accomplish the simple task!
You don't have to download the video. Just click share and copy the embedd option and copy the code. now copy the code in your post. make sure that to opt for html view (in your post) before copying the code.
Use the Share --> Embed feature to use videos on your blog. Use a Wordpress plugin called Iframe to use the Iframe code.
by Christina M. Castro 8 years ago
When I went to add to a hub of mine with a YouTube video, the Embed code was pasted but when I clicked to preview the video, Nothing Loaded. Why is it not loading? This happened several times in two days. Help, please!
by Michael Willis 8 years ago
I have even tried different YouTube embeds to see if one was wrong or the link bad, but still unable to get anything to work. All it keeps saying is that the URL is not recognized.Is YouTube no longer a viable video format or just messed up?
by Sondra Rochelle 3 years ago
Something has changed and I am unable to download videos to my hub right now. Before yesterday, this was very easy to do, now I simply cannot figure out what is going on and am unable to download anything!Please advise me asap!
by May Galnou 8 years ago
I recently wrote a book review and a KQEDArts suggested I embed the code to an audio recording of the author reading a section of his work from their website. But I can't seem to find anyway to do this. Does anyone have any suggestions for adding code for an audio file?Thanks for your...
by Sandalwood 6 years ago
Do I need permission to insert a YouTube video into my post ? and do I have to register with You...Tube can anyone tell me please? Thanks to all.
by Victoria Lynn 6 years ago
What does it mean to "embed" a video?What does it mean to embed a video rather than just copy and paste the link into the video capsule of your hub? Do you also copy the code to embed the video into the video capsule or somewhere else? And what is the difference? Thanks.
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