I have created a oeembed field for woocommerce products which is cloneable.
The YouTube URL inside the array gets a backwardslash added, resulting in a URL like https:\/\/youtu.be\/dQw4w9WgXcQ instead of https://youtu.be/dQw4w9WgXcQ.
Somehow using csv/xml import plugins, the URL added to the database is without backward slash (altough it is added to file), preventing the oembed field to display the video.
Is there a way to either make the array work with normal urls, or force the csv/xml plugins to add the backward slash to the URLs?
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