How to embed a video

How to embed a video

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Jul 21, 2010
By dvm360.com staff

Important note: Before you start, please identify whether the video player you want to embed is from a dvm360.com page or is from a dvm360 video on a YouTube.com page. (Look at the web address in your Internet browser to find out—does it say "dvm360.com" or "youtube.com"?)

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YouTube video instructions

INSTRUCTIONS FOR DVM360.COM VIDEO EMBEDS

Follow these instructions to embed a dvm360.com video onto your veterinary practice's website
(Note: If you'd like to customize the size of the video player, jump to the customization instructions below.)

  1. View the Web page on dvm360.com that contains the video.
  2. In the bottom right corner of the video box, hover your cursor over the up arrow (triangle) icon then click the options icon that appears.
  3. An Embed box (noted by < >) will appear in the top right corner of the video box. Click inside the embed code box to select the text then copy the text.
  4. Open your Web page file, identify where you want the video to appear, and paste the embed text in your HTML code.
  5. Save and upload your revised page to your website.

How to customize the size of the dvm360.com video player

  1. While viewing the video on dvm360.com, click on the YouTube logo at the bottom right corner of the video player. This will take you to the YouTube video page.
  2. Beneath the bottom right corner of the video player, click the Share button, and then select Embed. Customization options will appear below.
  3. Click a standard video-player size or type in custom dimensions to fit your Web page.
  4. Click inside the embed code box to select the text. Next, copy the text.
  5. Jump to step No. 4 in the above instructions for embedding a video onto your website.

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR YOUTUBE VIDEO EMBEDS

Follow these instructions to embed a dvm360 YouTube video onto your veterinary practice's website

  1. View the YouTube.com video from dvm360 that you want to embed. (Visit dvm360's client education video playlist on YouTube here.)
  2. Beneath the bottom right corner of the video player, click the Share button, and then select Embed. Customization options will appear below.
  3. Click a standard video-player size or type in custom dimensions to fit your Web page.
  4. Click inside the embed code box to select the text. Next, copy the text.
  5. Open your Web page file, identify where you want the video to appear, and paste the embed text in your HTML code.
  6. Save and upload your revised page to your website.

 

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