Fort Hays State University > Inserting Videos
All videos added to the website should be YouTube embedded videos. Contact Andy Tincknell in CTELT to get a promotional video made, or to add an existing video to YouTube. Andy will provide the embed code needed to add the video to your web page.
If you already have a video posted to YouTube, you can find the embed code on the video's page.
1. Navigate to your content item where the video should be added2. Edit the content item3. Embed code is in HTML format and must be added from the source code view rather than the design view.4. Within the design view, type “embed video here” where you want the video placed. This will be used as a marker to help you find the location within the code source view to paste the embed code.5. To switch to the HTML code view, click the HTML button at the bottom of the editor. 6. The HTML view is displayed in the editor. 7. Either visually scan the document to locate your marker text of “Embed video here” or click somewhere within the code and Press CTRL + F. The Find dialog is loaded. 8. Type embed video here in the Find text box. (The images are shown using Firefox browser. Other browsers may look slightly different) 9. Copy your Youtube embed code. Be sure the entire code is copied.10. With the “Embed video here” highlighted, paste the YouTube embed code. It replaces your text and the video is placed on your page. Click the Design view button next to the HTML button at the bottom of the page to toggle back to the design view of the editor. Within the design view of the editor, the video is represented as an image. Publish the page and view it to ensure the video is working.
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