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Force a Page to open at a specific position (1 post)

  1. MoonbatWingnut
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    Posted 6 years ago #

    Hello,

    I am using a multi-title Brightcove video player to play videos that are linked to from my WordPress blog, each post has a link to a specific video in a single player. I want to embed the Brightcove player in a WordPress page. But I need the page to open higher than normal so the entire video player is visible. (I need all the header stuff to be off the top of the screen.)

    I've used the #anchor tag to make this happen, but the tag is confusing the Brightcove player and it ends up defaulting to the first video on the player rather than the specific video that the link in the post points to. If you visit my website I've left the problem up. http://www.moonbatwingnut.com/

    I'm in contact with Brightcove, but I was wondering if there is a way within WordPress to program a page to position itself higher than the default.

    Please note, I'm not asking for Brightcove help, I'm asking if this can be done in WordPress.

    Thanks,

    Tom

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