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postTube requires wordTube version 1.60+ to be installed. It displays wordTube playlist with html/css codes to make them more user friendly and easier to integrate into theme design.

If Post-Thumb Revisited is installed and highslide activated, the player can be set into a popup window.


You can use postTube in three ways:

  1. To display the full player:

        <?php echo get_thePlayer(400, 300, 80, false, 'most', true); ?>
  2. To display the popup player (requires Post-Thumb and highslide activated):

        <?php echo get_thePopupPlayer(400, 250, 80, 'Videos & mp3'); ?>
  3. To display the player and the playlist separately (standalone):

        <?php echo get_theMedia(400, 300); ?>
        <?php echo get_thePlaylist(250, 200, 80); ?>

Parameters are:

  • 400: width of the video.
  • 300: height of the video (only for standalone player).
  • 250: width of the playlist.
  • 200: height of the playlist.
  • 80: width of the thumbnails. Height is 3/4 of width. If thumbnails are not displayed, height will be title height.
  • false: echo or not the result.
  • ‘most’: default playlist to select.
  • true: show thumbnail or not.
  • ‘Videos & mp3’: title to display under popup icon.

If you’re using the full player or the popup player, height of the play screen is set to 3/4 of width.

Display format can be fully customized in posttube.css.


  • The standalone player and playlist without thumbnail
  • The full player with thumbnails
  • The popup icon and the poped up player


  • unzip the file and upload it to your plugins directory.
    • activate the plugin through the admin plugin screen.
    • add function into your theme template where you want to display the player.

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