Add YouTube videos to your sidebars with this highly customizable widget.
The Falconiform YouTube Widget allows you to add YouTube videos to your sidebars. This is easily done by adding the widget to a sidebar in the administration interface. After that you simply paste the link (URL) of the desired YouTube video (or the video ID) into the appropriate widget settings field. You can adjust the following settings:
Optionally, the Falconiform YouTube Widget allows users with Editor rights to specify the video that is shown in the sidebar. In WordPress Editors are not allowed to change widget settings. Therefore the Falconiform YouTube Widget adds an extra menu to the administration interface that allows Editors to specify videos that are linked with one or more YouTube widgets (via index number).
If you don’t want Editors to specify videos, you can disable this in the widget settings (disabled by default).
The Falconiform YouTube Widget embeds the YouTube player as HTML5 iFrame. Details about the YouTube player can be found at YouTube Embedded Players and Player Parameters. The HTML output of this plugin was checked against HTML5 conformance successfully.
The Falconiform YouTube Widget is delivered in the following languages:
If you want to translate this plugin in your language, you can use Poedit. The “pot” file is located in the
/falconiform-youtube-widget/languages/ directory. You can send me your translation (a “po” file) to firstname.lastname@example.org and I will add it to the next release.
I use the Falconiform YouTube Widget myself on a website. Hence, I will update this plugin for future WordPress versions and add new features.
If you have found a bug or wish to have new features, please add a ticket in the Support section or send an email to email@example.com
Requires: 3.8 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.9.1
Last Updated: 2014-4-17
1 of 1 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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