Hey @ all 😉
i use this plugin. i have create a site on my wordpress with a youtube-link.
when i click on this link the fancybox opens, but the site changed to youtube.com. please change it or say, what i have to do.
greets from germany, xkaaay *g
Do you have a link for me so I can see what happens live? Also, which browser are you using?
here is a test-link for you:
i used IE (newest version), firefox, opera and google chrome.
Yep, I see it happen too. So I copied that exact YouTube link to my test page http://test.4visions.nl/about-2 (it’s that last one there), set the same theme and Easy FancyBox settings … but the video plays as it should without ‘escaping the iframe’ as what seems to be happening on your site.
The only thing I can think of is that the jQuery click() function that FancyBox uses here, does not prevent the browser catching it (even though it has
Would you mind trying to switch off WP Slimstat for a minute and test the link again?
well ok. when i switch off the WP Slimstat, the youtube-video works correct. i will search an other stat-plugin 😀
thx for your help .. very great plugin !!
I can recommend Google Analytics with the plugin Google Analyticator… Apart from inserting the GA code for you, it gives you a nice graph on your dashboard so you do not have to log in to your GA account for basic traffic data. Ofcourse, if you do want to study very indepth traffic analysis, you can always log into the associated GA account for a wealth of information. 🙂
But the main advantage of an external traffic counter like GA is that it does not stress your server and database like ‘internal’ counters do. Down-side is that they generally are not ‘real-time’…
Anyway, thanks for reporting the incompatibility with WP Slimstat. I’ll make a note of it in under Known Issues.
… Or … It might be possible to keep WP Slimstat and use another kind of YouTube link (I have not tested this):
Instead of linking with URL’s like
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uXCkiQgSkQQyou could adapt them manually to target the movie itselt (instead of the complete youtube page) like so
http://www.youtube.com/v/uXCkiQgSkQQ. Notice the
watch?v=has been replaced with
v/. Then use this URL in your content link and add a
The result would like like
<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/uXCkiQgSkQQ" class="fancybox-youtube">Youtube Test</a>
To improve page speed, you can now safely switch off the auto-detection of YouTube (and Vimeo) links on the Settings > Media admin page.
If you get around to testing this, let me know if it works 🙂
I just found this discussion involving my plugin. This is a known behavior of WP SlimStat and the workaround is easy to implement and doesn’t require other plugin developers to change the way their plugins work. Please take a look at
Long story short. Let’s say you have a link associated to Lightbox (or one of its hundreds flavors):
<a href="/wp-slimstat">Open Image in LightBox</a>
To tell WP SlimStat to adjust its behavior, change it to:
<a href="/wp-slimstat" class="noslimstat">Open Image in LightBox</a>
Please keep me posted,
Hi camu, I had hoped you find this discussion. I added wp-slimstat as tag for that reason.
So what you are saying is that a link like
<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uXCkiQgSkQQ" class="noslimstat">text</a>
would do the trick?
Hmmm… My plugin adds the class
fancybox-youtubeto that link by jQuery’s addClass(). I suppose the
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