In this video, learn how to add a video to a blog post or elsewhere on your website.
- [Instructor] Our Victorian sponge cake blog post … is looking fantastic on the main blog listing page … as well as on the blog post page itself. … But you know, this DIY cake design looks great here, … but when we click into it, … it is not really looking all that great. … Now, of course, we could go through the same process … with this that we did with the Victorian spongecake … and add some lovely photos to this, … but I have an even better idea. … In this case, I would like to add a video, … and I have a link to that video … inside of your exercise files folder. … It's a YouTube video showing some things getting frosted. … And so I'm going to add that video here … to this particular blog post. … And I'm going to walk you through how to do that. … So we're going to start by editing … this particular blog post. … And then once again, we're going to take a look … for our lollipops somewhere along the way. … Let's go ahead and say we want to put it, … well, roughly in the middle of the post. …
Skill Level Intermediate
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