DEPRECATED: Simple WordPress filter to post DailyMotion, YouTube or Google videos.
Just write the video URL on your page. You can copy the URL from the location bar when watching the video. If this does not work for you, then you can use a single tag to embed your video.
To use a tag, all you need is the video ID.
On DailyMotion URLs, the video is located after /video/ and before the video title.
For example: in the DailyMotion URL
http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x4gp6y_mercat-medieval_people, the video ID is
x4qp6y. To embed this video on your post, write
[daily x4qp6y] for wide videos, or
[dailytv x4qp6y] for square videos.
On YouTube URLs is easier to find the video ID. Is just the last string after the equal sign.
For Example: in the YouTube URL
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nNJs8RMiK28 the video ID is
nNJs8RMiK28. To post this video, just write the
[youtube nNJs8RMiK28 ] tag in your post content.
For Google Videos, watch the video URL. The video ID is the document ID. This is the long number after
If you see
docid=5853961599944034663 in the URL, then the video ID is
5853961599944034663. Be carefull as some ID's start with minus "-" sign.