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in iCloud edited January 2014
In a Leipzig elevator: Do not enter the lift backwards, and only when lit jokes | Adding or embedding a video to your website is a great way to increase visitor interest. While the process of embedding a video into a web page used to be difficult, it has become much easier as of late. This is especially true when it comes to the popular YouTube site and its humongous library of videos. Thanks to YouTube, you can now embed a video into your website by simply copying and pasting code. The process is free, and YouTube will even provide the bandwidth. Although embedding videos used to mean that you could run into complications in terms of compatibility amongst visitors and their setups, you should not have such problems now. After the YouTube video is embedded, users with web browsers that support Flash (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, etc.) will be able to view it. If for some reason they cannot view the video due to lack of Flash, they should receive a prompt to download the software. To begin adding a YouTube video to your website, visit YouTube and select your video of choice. If you look directly below the video, you will see a line of buttons that allow you to Like, Add to, Share, or Embed the video. Click on Embed.
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