HTML Youtube is a topic that we’re examining. Youtube is not only a simplest ways to play HTML videos. It has various features which we will try to cover.
YouTube is the largest video sharing platform in the world, with millions of videos and billions of viewers every day.
Embedding YouTube videos in your HTML web pages can add a lot of value to your content and increase engagement.
Having Trouble with Video Formats?
Video conversion can be lengthy and complicated.
You can integrate YouTube videos into your website for a quick solution.
HTML YouTube Video Id:
As you save (or play) a video, YouTube will display an id (like uswTpleol).
We can refer to your video by the id and the HTML code when we discuss HTML Youtube.
Using HTML to play YouTube video:
The following steps will guide you through playing your video on a web page:
- Make sure the video is uploaded to YouTube.
- Note down the video ID.
- Embrace <iframe> in your web pages.
- Put the video URL in the src attribute.
- The size of the player can be specified using the width and height attributes.
- You may also add other parameters to the URL (see below).
Here is an example of how to embed a YouTube video:
YouTube Autoplay And Mute:
In HTML YouTube, adding autoplay=1 to your URL allows your video to play by itself when a visitor visits your page. Visitors don’t like automatically starting videos, however!
Example YouTube Video – Autoplay plus Muted:
YouTube Playlist is a powerful feature that allows you to organize and share a collection of videos on YouTube.
With YouTube Playlist, you can create a customized list of videos that you can share with others, or keep for your own personal use.
To create a YouTube Playlist, you first need to log in to your YouTube account. Once you are logged in, you can follow these steps:
- Navigate to the YouTube video that you want to add to your playlist.
- Click the “+ Add to” button underneath the video.
- Select “Create new playlist.”
- Enter a name for your playlist and choose a privacy setting.
- Click “Create.”
- Once you have created your YouTube Playlist, you can add more videos to it by following the same process.
To embed a YouTube playlist on your website using HTML, you can use the YouTube embed code for playlists.
Here is an example of how to use the HTML <iframe> tag to embed a YouTube playlist:
In above example, the src attribute of the <iframe> tag is set to the URL for the YouTube playlist, with the PLAYLIST_ID replaced with the unique identifier for your playlist.
The width and height attributes specify the dimensions of the player, while the title attribute provides a title for the playlist player.
The allow attribute specifies the permissions required for the player to work.
You can also play a list of videos (along with their original URLs) by comma separated.
Your video will loop forever when loop=1 is added.
A value of 0 (default) means the video will only play once.
Value 1: The video will loop continuously.
YouTube – Loop
YouTube Embed Tag
Embed tags are also used insert the Youtube video in your webpage. See example below:
YouTube Object Tag
Object tag can also be used to embed the youtube video.
Here is an example:
You can disable video player controls by adding controls=0.
Value 0: Player controls are not displayed.
Value 1 (default): The display is controlled by the player.
YouTube – Controls
Additionally, you should test your embedded videos on different browsers and devices to ensure that they are displayed correctly and are accessible to all users.