Jen Kramer demonstrates how to include a video from YouTube in the web page with the iframe tag.
- [Instructor] Everybody loves a good video, and videos…are becoming more and more important on websites.…It's kind of unusual to have a website without at least…some video on it these days.…So, what if you wanted to include a video on your…particular website, how would you go about doing that?…Well, first of all, as always, you'd have to actually…create the video, which is no small task.…We have lots of courses here in the Lynda.com library…that are available that you can watch to learn how…to create videos, but let's just say that you've…already got the video created.…
Typically, the next step is to go ahead and post it…in a video hosting location, so that would be something like…YouTube or Vimeo or some of the other video-hosting sites…that are out there.…Generally speaking, this is a good way to go,…because there are lots of traffic to these websites.…People may find you through YouTube instead of finding you…through a Google search and coming to your website…in the first place.…Also, video web hosting can get to be a bit expensive,…
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