<p onclick='jwplayer("WT1").pause()>Pause</p> <p onclick='WT1_1.pause()>Pause</p> <p onclick='jwplayer(1).pause()>Pause</p> <p onclick='jwplayer(0).pause()>Pause</p>
The WT1_1 bzw WT1 I looked up in the code with firebug.
Normaly I insert the JW Player with this code (more or less copied from JW Player API):
and in the head I call the player:
This works fine, as long, as wordtube isn’t installed. If wordtube is installed, the player starts, but the html-button doesn’t works. You can only stop the player with the buttons at the player.
Point is, at the site, where I should use the code, there is wordtube installed, so I have to look for a different solution. The best would be, to use only wordtube, if this is possible. If not, perhaps there is a solution, to make the player and especially work with wordtube installed.
I’m thankfull for all suggestions
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