I will give it a try, thanksCCoburn wrote: ↑Tue Jan 09, 2024 8:39 pmYou just copy and paste the eleven character identifier between the YouTube tags to embed the video, and if you include any text it will look much prettier in some browsers if you insert 2 or 3 empty lines between the text and the tags:
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No Problem. I did try to post an example by putting it in quotes but it messed everything up, but it's just those eleven characters that looks like this: GsnY2GyGwps, right after the "v=" at the very end of the URL. That's all you need to put between the YouTube tags.
Some sites do use the entire URL, and this is the only one that I know of that does it that way.
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