TentBlogger Vimeo, YouTube, RSS Embed

Description

Adds a video embed shortcode that can be intelligently interpreted by your community’s RSS Feed Readers with graceful fall-back link to post.

If you use any video in your blog posts this is a must have plugin! RSS readers are notorious for not interpreting and/or reading when your blog post has a video embedded in it. What happens is that your reader sees a big blank spot in the post or doesn’t even see a video to begin with!

Don’t lose those valuable readers (and video viewers) ever again! With this plugin it’ll not only insert a video shortcode that automatically adjusts it’s width/height to your WordPress settings but also creates an elegant fall-back solution within the RSS feed itself.

Here is what it does specifically:

  • Quickly lets you add videos to your blog posts with a click of a button.

  • No setup necessary – works right out of the box! Install and go!

  • Embeds shortcode into your post with your video settings! No need to mess with width or height!

  • Intelligently manages video embeds in your visitors RSS feed readers.

  • Creates graceful fall-back notifying your readers that there is a video in this post with a link back to the direct post for easy viewing!

  • Read more about how this impacts you here.

Be awesome and don’t lose any more readers!

Screenshots

  • TentBlogger Vimeo, YouTube, RSS Embed in Reader
  • TentBlogger Vimeo, YouTube, RSS Embed Button
  • TentBlogger Vimeo, YouTube, RSS Embed Dialog

Changelog

2.5

  • New Image
  • Plugin is still not under new development

2.4

  • New Image
  • 3.7.1 compatibility

2.3

  • Ending development of the plugin

2.2

  • 3.3 compatibility
  • Custom header image

2.1

  • Resolving a repository conflict

2.0

  • 3.2 compatibility

1.3

  • Adding compatibility for YouTube’s new short URL share link.

1.2

  • Updating the Vimeo embed code to use the WordPress Embed height value

1.1

  • Updating scripts and style paths

1.0

  • Initial release

Contributors & Developers

This is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

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