I added a "source" button to the basic editor. To embed youtube and whatnot, click it, paste in the new view, and then click back.
That just happened.
I'm beginning to think that between Iowa Football, K-Pop and CRex, Asian Women are no longer OT on here.
Edit: And the nail polish is something else...
When she finally puts it all together about 1:40, the cat walks out.
That's actually my favorite part. I laugh everytime i see that.
Let's drop that puck!!
Come on 8pm central get here already!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
For some reason this video makes me feel more dirty to watch at work. Aaaand I'm guessing I'll get fired in the next couple of minutes here.
EDIT: Her vocals are more impressive in this version, methinks.
This new editor is a nice little gadget.
What? Did somebody say gadget? Inspector gadget?
(sounds better if you imagine it in Dr. Claw's voice)
I like how it shifts halfway through to Axel F.
Is this the gentleman....who RUINED the buffett..at the Harrow club....this morning?
do people still have home phones?
Just a thought...
Many FiOS owners do. You laugh, but the one day every 20 years when there's a major blackout, cell phone towers won't work, and they'll be able to call...that one other person in town who has a house phone.
and raise you a dog...
To find Emo Lady Gaga.
The comment below the video says, "I totally had one of these growing up. I don't even know what happened to it. My mom probably put it in the attic. I don't like going in there, so it's as good as gone."
[People smarter than me surmise that it's a Pixar creation, for the upcoming Toy Story 3. They did something similar for Wall-E -- months before the movie opened, a buynlarge.com website appeared, which looked like a real corporate website, except that they sold robots...]
I'm not the sharpest tool in the shed; How is embedding you tube videos using the source button any easier than copying and pasting from you tube?
You don't have to switch into the plain-text editor to embed. You still have to copy-paste the code from YouTube into the window.
So, you're typing your post and you've got bulleted lists, block quotes, bold text, and more (i.e., you're working in the rich-text editor). Then you decide to embed something. In the past, you had to switch to the plain-text editor to do it. Now, you just hit "Source" and paste in the code. Then hit it again to get out of it. Presto!
Thanks, I've never gotten that deep into editing my post, now I see the advantage , that was very helpful.
He's gonna put 'em in a body bag...YEEEAAAAH!
Who is the asshole negging every comment in a thread that is just an excuse to test the new technique for posting embeds?
+1 all around!
I can't believe no one posted this yet.
<embed><iframe title="YouTube video player" width="425" height="349" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/zVcUuTg5oSc?rel=0" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>
Try switching to the "plain text editor" and then pasting the embed code.
If you want, you can switch back to the rich text editor and you should see a blank red box which acts as a placeholder for your video.
I tried the way you described. When I switch back i see the red box, but when I click save nothing shows up
Edit: On YOUTUBE I had to click the "Use Old Embed Code" option.... Thanks again for your help. Now I can look like a true pro with all that technology stuff people use on this site.