well this is really two questions:
1. I want to make a ‘Youtube’ type area on our school website where we can play videos of children at sports events, doing news reports etc. and I thought the best way to do this was with two different Iframes next to each other, one as a ‘screen’ area and the other as a ‘menu’ one. I did the code in Dreamweaver with no problems but when I copied the html code into our Word Press site it didn’t work, doing some research I found that Word Press doesn’t (tell me if I’m wrong here) allow Iframes unless you have an Iframe plug in. If there is an alternative method of doing that I’d love to hear it.
Which leads me to question 2, basically I’m quite new to Word Press but the issue I have is that we have the free on-line version (I think) which does not allow us to have plug-ins. Is there a way of getting round that (for the Iframes etc.) or do we have to buy the official version and if so how much is it and where can I get it from?
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