I have a post with an embedded video. It seems to work OK in Safari, but not Firefox. The code in my post is this (on its own line)
The link to the post is http://www.thatjonathanriggs.com/singing-sick/
[embed] url [/embed]
Doesn’t work either. Hmmm. My code is:
[embed] https://vimeo.com/54995092 [/embed]
I also tried:
I’ve reverted my post back to [vimeo]54995092[/vimeo]. It works OK in Safari, doesn’t in Firefox. Don’t know about other browsers.
I can’t reproduce your issue in Firefox 17.
[embed]http://vimeo.com/54995092[/embed]works fine for me, just as just pasting
onto its own line works. Vimeo supports Embeds, which means the link alone should suffice.
There is no shortcode of [vimeo] by default, so presumably you’re using Jetpack or some other plugin which adds that shortcode.
For Vimeo in particular, it’s supported as an oembed provider in the core code. So yes, you can do just this:
And it will work fine.
However, whether it works in Firefox or not is not a matter of the shortcode, but a matter of Vimeo and Firefox and what Firefox extensions you’re running and such.
Long story short, using the
[embed]code is generally more compatible because that means that you’re using the current code from Vimeo itself, which would naturally strive for maximum compatibility. With an added on code from a plugin like
[vimeo], there’s no telling what the heck it’s doing. Use [embed]. Then at least people will be able to help you. 🙂
For some reason [embed] … [/embed] is working for me to me. Still very puzzling as to why it was having problems yesterday.
.. And my understanding is just pasting the URL by itself (i.e. https://vimeo.com/54995092) works for wordpress.com sites (I have one of those too), but not wordpress.org. Is that correct?
Thanks for all of your help!
Is that correct?
No. You can use the base urls in WPORG sites too.
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