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Videojug OEmbed

Description

Videojug Oembed will easily enable the embedding of Videojug videos on your WordPress Blog.
Just written a great article on Indian cousine? Why not embed our extremely popular “How To Cook a Chicken Curry in Ten minutes” video featuring our wonderful
Indian cousine expert.
Blogging about the latest beauty tips? we have a great video that will revolutionise your reader’s look!.
Videojug contains thousands of expert how to films that cover every subject from “How to Tie a Tie” to “How To Perform the Perfect Golf Swing”.

After you have installed this plugin all you need to do is copy the Video’s URL and paste it in your blog. This will automatically embed your chosen Videojug video on your
blog post for your reader’s to enjoy! Easy!

The current version of WordPress (3.4.2 at the time of writing) and previous versions do not allow Videojug videos to be embedded
automatically but future releases should have this functionality by default. If you are using a newer version of WordPress, please check
this first by copying and pasting a Videojug video page url into your page before installing unnecessarily.

Features:

  • Easily embed any of Videojug’s Expert How To Films
  • Copy and paste the URL of the desired video on your blog. Done!
  • Gain access to Videojug’s thousands of Expert How To Films

More Information:

  • For Videojug’s website click here
  • For a FAQ of embedding Videojug’s videos click here
  • For any technical issues with Videojug’s films or this plugin click here

Installation

  1. Install Videojug Oembed eiher via the WordPress.org plugin directory, or by uploading the files to your server.
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Navigate to the “Settings” menu and click on “Media”.
  4. Look for the “Auto-Embed” setting, and make sure that the tickbox is checked.
  5. Copy and paste the desired Videjug URL on your blog and watch it automatically embed!

FAQ

How Do I embed Videojug’s videos on my blog

Head over to Videojug.com and visit the video page desired. Copy the video URL found in the adress bar of your browser
(for example: http://www.videojug.com/film/how-to-cook-a-chicken-curry-in-ten-minutes) and paste it in your blog. Once you have submitted your blog post
the video will automatically be embedded in it and your users will be able to enjoy it.

I’ve installed and activated the plugin but my Videojug url still shows as a link rather than an embedded video?

Sometimes the page can be cached so re-save the page containing the link and perform a browser refresh.

Can I customise a Videojug Embed?
  1. Head over to the video page of the desired video on Videojug
  2. Press on the button “embed”
  3. Press on Edit Options
    • You can decide the measurements of the video by editing the Height and Width. Just input the desired measurements and the code automatically updates to your desired measurements. By default this is 640 by 382 pixels
    • You can change the embed code format to a standard format by ticking the tick box that says “Standard Embed Codes”. The embed code is an iFrame by default. Revert back to an iFrame embed code by unticking the box.
    • If you would like your film to autoplay when the user lands on your page, just tick the tick box that says “Autoplay”. Turn off the Autoplay functionality by unticking the box.
  4. Now copy the customised code and paste it in your Wordrpess post.
Where can I contact Videojug for extra information or to submit a bug?

To contact us just click here with any questions and we will get back to you. We appreciate greatly all the feedback that
you might have so please do not hesitate to contact us!

Contributors & Developers

“Videojug OEmbed” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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