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CSS Selection Property - YouTube

Follow the IFrame Player API instructions to insert a video player in your web page or application after the Player API's JavaScript code has loaded. The second parameter in the constructor for the video player is an object that specifies player options. Within that object, the playerVars property identifies player parameters.

CSS Selection Property - YouTube

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  • If the listType parameter value is user_uploads, then the list parameter value identifies the YouTube channel whose uploaded videos will be loaded.

  • If the listType parameter value is playlist, then the list parameter value specifies a YouTube playlist ID. In the parameter value, you need to prepend the playlist ID with the letters PL as shown in the example below. listType=playlist &list=PLC77007E23FF423C6

  • If the listType parameter value is search, then the list parameter value specifies the search query. Note: This functionality is deprecated and will no longer be supported as of 15 November 2020.

  • Note: If you specify values for the list and listType parameters, the IFrame embed URL does not need to specify a video ID. listType The listType parameter, in conjunction with the list parameter, identifies the content that will load in the player. Valid parameter values are playlist and user_uploads.If you specify values for the list and listType parameters, the IFrame embed URL does not need to specify a video ID. Note: A third parameter value, search, has been deprecated and will no longer be supported as of 15 November 2020. loop In the case of a single video player, a setting of 1 causes the player to play the initial video again and again. In the case of a playlist player (or custom player), the player plays the entire playlist and then starts again at the first video. Supported values are 0 and 1, and the default value is 0.Note: This parameter has limited support in IFrame embeds. To loop a single video, set the loop parameter value to 1 and set the playlist parameter value to the same video ID already specified in the Player API URL: VIDEO_ID?playlist=VIDEO_ID&loop=1 modestbranding This parameter lets you use a YouTube player that does not show a YouTube logo. Set the parameter value to 1 to prevent the YouTube logo from displaying in the control bar. Note that a small YouTube text label will still display in the upper-right corner of a paused video when the user's mouse pointer hovers over the player. origin This parameter provides an extra security measure for the IFrame API and is only supported for IFrame embeds. If you are using the IFrame API, which means you are setting the enablejsapi parameter value to 1, you should always specify your domain as the origin parameter value. playlist This parameter specifies a comma-separated list of video IDs to play. If you specify a value, the first video that plays will be the VIDEO_ID specified in the URL path, and the videos specified in the playlist parameter will play thereafter. playsinline This parameter controls whether videos play inline or fullscreen on iOS. Valid values are: 0: Results in fullscreen playback. This is currently the default value, though the default is subject to change.

  • 1: Results in inline playback for mobile browsers and for WebViews created with the allowsInlineMediaPlayback property set to YES.

  • rel Note: This parameter is changing on or after September 25, 2018. Prior to the change, this parameter indicates whether the player should show related videos when playback of the initial video ends. If the parameter's value is set to 1, which is the default value, then the player does show related videos.

  • If the parameter's value is set to 0, then the player does not show related videos.

After the change, you will not be able to disable related videos. Instead, if the rel parameter is set to 0, related videos will come from the same channel as the video that was just played. start This parameter causes the player to begin playing the video at the given number of seconds from the start of the video. The parameter value is a positive integer. Note that similar to the seekTo function, the player will look for the closest keyframe to the time you specify. This means that sometimes the play head may seek to just before the requested time, usually no more than around two seconds. widget_referrer This parameter identifies the URL where the player is embedded. This value is used in YouTube Analytics reporting when the YouTube player is embedded in a widget, and that widget is then embedded in a web page or application. In that scenario, the origin parameter identifies the widget provider's domain, but YouTube Analytics should not identify the widget provider as the actual traffic source. Instead, YouTube Analytics uses the widget_referrer parameter value to identify the domain associated with the traffic source. Revision historyApril 27, 2021The playsinline parameter definition has been updated slightly to explain that the parameter pertains to both mobile browsers on iOS and iOS WebViews.

The definition of the playsinline parameter, which only affects HTML5 players on iOS, has been modified slightly. The definition now notes that setting the parameter value to 1 causes inline playback only for UIWebViews created with the allowsInlineMediaPlayback property set to TRUE.

Now, we gave a class left because it should be to the left side. We set its display property to flex to create sections with the layout out of it. Its children are aligned to the left-center of the header. We also access the menu that is inside the left section with its id.

is there a way to disable a css element on youtube permanently? i need to play my videos in the left part of the screen and run my text editor in the right. for some reason youtube has a margin on the left of the video box which i can only disable by unchecking the .content-alignment max-width: 1066px; css element.

Hi Danny,Thanks for the tutorial.However, the demo does not seem to work (Chrome latest, Mac) - the play buttons does not do anything and so I cannot even say if other functionality does what it's supposed to do.I've tried to implement the youtube player and face the same problems. Are there any recent changes to the API that you're aware of that influence this behavior? I cannot find anything in the documentation and the most recent SO questions on YT API are from 2015...Thanks for your help!Cheers, Katja

The script measures width of the scrollbar and creates compensate-for-scrollbar CSS class that uses this value for margin-right property. Therefore, if your element has width:100%, you should positon it using left and right properties instead. Example:

Nokogiri's css method will serve most of your needs. For webpages that require more precise selectors, you can jump into the world of XPath syntax and utilize Nokogiri's xpath method. XPath can handle certain kinds of selections more gracefully than CSS selectors.

When using preprocessors,pay special attention to what you include; load only what your pages use.For example, thehead.htmlincludes all required AMP mark-up and the inlined CSS from the *.scss source files.It also includes the custom element script foramp-youtube, among others,so that many pages across the site can include embedded youtube videos.

Links are used to connect one page to other web pages. Links with the same color as the rest of the text are difficult to notice. The color property of the CSS is used for changing the color of the links.

In this example, we are applying some CSS properties such as font-family, text-decoration, and background-color on the links. By default, the created link is underlined, so to remove the underline, we can use the text-decoration property and set its value to none.

Now, there is another example in which we will change the color of the active and visited links and also change the color of the link on hover. By default, visited links are colored as purple and active links are colored as red, so we will change their colors using the color property and using the pseudo-classes :visited, :active, and :hover.

If you use a list of 2-tuples ([("First Option", 0), ("Second Option", 1)]), the first element of each tuple is displayed in the drop down box. When an item in the DropDown list is selected, the second element of the tuple becomes the selected_value property of the DropDown.This is particularly useful if you wish to, for instance, choose from a list of Data Table rows:

The date property allows you to get and set the displayed date. Whatever you set it to, it willalways return a or datetime.datetime object, depending on the value of the pick_timeproperty. You may set the date property in any of the following ways:

The type property of a TextBox is a hint to the browser, which may constrain or suggest how to edit a text box (for example, only allowing digits in a number TextBox, or displaying a dial-pad when editing a tel TextBox).

When you use Visual Tagger, you can create static properties by entering the value that the property should have. When a property is static its value is hardcoded, and is always the same regardless of any actions from the user.

You can also create dynamic properties by selecting a piece of text from the website that you want as the value for that property. When a property is dynamic, its value is different depending on what the user clicked.

All events created using Visual Tagger automatically get a context property that says "visual_tagger" : true so that you can distinguish between events that you implemented using Visual Tagger and events that you implemented using code. 041b061a72

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