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As described here if you use the Chrome browser, install YouTube Options and specify the codec as Flash. By default YouTube options will also change a bunch other aspects of the YouTube interface (e.g., hiding comments, video descriptions, ads, etc.). You may like this, but you may also want to modify some of this plugin behaviour if for example, you like ...
Google uses a proprietary format called “kix”, which was introduced with the then new editor a few years ago. The basic structure of a kix file isn't comparable to structured markup (like docx which is basically a zipped collection of XML files holding content and styles) but rather like a data file which starts with the textual content followed by styling ...
Usually, if you want to "paste" in a code section, you'd use server-side includes, of some sort (all languages support such mechanism). For security reasons, there are no client-side includes. Not really sure how exactly your website operates without a server (any session data? any state saved? How do you persist data between pages). You can do a couple of ...
Google Caja The HTML you're adding is sanitized by the Google Caja Compiler. It will check the embedded code for malicious code, and remove the parts that don't fit. References Google Caja Playground Landing site Google Caja Google Sites HTML box
I found a solution here: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/mozilla.dev.extensions/0ZgKDAFfUDc Here's how I disabled HTML5 video in Chrome on Windows: Find the file called ffmpegsumo.dll where Chrome is installed (C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Chrome\Application\30.xxxxx\ for me) Worked for me as well, but after a while the html5 player ...
You can use the YouTube Options extension for Chrome: Update (2014-04-12): the YouTube Options extension for Chrome now costs $2: "YouTube Options" cost $2.00 per month, below is a copy of the user agreement one has to confirm prior to using it. This extension is based on a paid subscription model. It costs a flat fee of $1.99 per month, with ...
Try deleting your Flash cookies. http://macromedia.com/support/documentation/en/flashplayer/help/settings_manager07.html I had the same issue, in fact I just came here because I was googling for a solution. I noticed that videos that would play in HTML5 on Chrome would play in Flash in Firefox even if I was signed in to Youtube on both browsers so I figured ...
If you're willing to switch to Chrome, you can use this extension, which offers the option to force a certain player type. YouTube Options used to be able to do this but it no longer does so.
The best advantage of HTML5 of YouTube player is compatibility with Android devices. When the user click the player to watch a video, no need to skip to YouTube App. Just embed and watch the video within the page, no Flash problems. At PresentationTube, we use HTML5 to allow mobile users watch the video within the page the same as the desktop.
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