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OSC 2.31 And Youtube Videos

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Hello,

Before I add Youtube videos to my product pages, I just wanted to make sure doing so is safe in OSC 2.31. Is there any down side to adding these videos?

 

Thanks JR

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@@gaspower

 

The only downside that I see is that you can't control the content that uTube displays at the end of your video once it is done playing........if you mean security wise, not an issue on the side of osCommerce.

 

 

 

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Hey Chris,

Thank you for the response. Can I just add the code or do you recommend a contribution?

 

Thanks JR

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v2.3.3 has the ability to accept the video link directly on the product creation page. No contribution needed.

 

 

 

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If you're talking about video for products, the default installation gives you an example.

 

 

 

 

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Hi,

 

in index.php just below about line 245 standard install

 

} else { // default page

?>

 

<h1><?php echo HEADING_TITLE; ?></h1>

 

<div class="contentContainer">

<div class="contentText">

<?php echo tep_customer_greeting(); ?>

</div>

 

<?php

if (tep_not_null(TEXT_MAIN)) {

?>

 

<div class="contentText">

<?php echo TEXT_MAIN; ?>

</div>

 

add your code you will have to play about to position how you want possibly also adding a new <div> using the 960 grid and maybe a bit of css in your stylesheet.css code to position the video how you want .

 

Regards

Joli


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