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The Underboss 12-18-2011 05:46 PM

How to embed YouTube & NHL.com videos / Embed Tweets
 
When posting a youtube clip using the youtube icon, only insert everything after the = sign.


[yt]between the brackets enter everything after the = sign[forwardslash yt]

spiny norman 03-26-2013 07:47 PM

Here's an example: Bobby Orr's 1970 Stanley Cup winning goal ...

Take this ...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gOIlfV-XtBg

or

http://youtu.be/gOIlfV-XtBg


Remove everything except the youtube code itself, leaving this ...

gOIlfV-XtBg


Surround this with the youtube tags [yt]gOIlfV-XtBg[/yt] and voila ...


spiny norman 03-11-2014 11:19 PM

Many thanks to the member who sent to me the following steps to embed a NHL video:



1. While the NHL.com video is playing, mouse over it and, when the drop-down menu appears, click on the right-most icon, the "share" icon with the three connected dots.
2. From the URL field on the window that pops up, copy to the clipboard just the part of the URL that follows the "id=". For example, if the URL is "http://video.nhl.com/videocenter/console?id=2013020884-605-h", you want to copy just the "2013020884-605-h" part to the clipboard.
3. In your message, paste that character string between the NHL tags (ex. "[NHL]2013020884-605-h[/NHL ]"). A quick way to generate those tags is to press the NHL logo button in the toolbar.


thepuckmonster 12-19-2014 04:10 PM

[tweet]545922504486039552[/tweet]
Enter tweet ID between tags. ID can be obtained by clicking on time link in a tweet. The ID is the number at the end of the link.
***note: if adding by any of the quick menus that use ajax (quick reply, quick edit) the embedded code will be invisible to you until you fully load the page.


Bacchus1 12-17-2015 12:50 AM

How about videos from the AHL site? Like this link:

http://ahl.neulion.com/ahl/video/st-...y-devils/13861

periferal 02-20-2016 02:53 PM

OK but...

How do you get a YouTube video to start at a certain time like you can on the rest of the internet?

If you read this: http://jeffreybarke.net/2013/07/link...outube-videos/, is seems very easy, but doesn't seem to work on HF.

What's the scoop?

zar 03-23-2016 01:37 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by spiny norman (Post 81539251)
Many thanks to the member who sent to me the following steps to embed a NHL video:



1. While the NHL.com video is playing, mouse over it and, when the drop-down menu appears, click on the right-most icon, the "share" icon with the three connected dots.
2. From the URL field on the window that pops up, copy to the clipboard just the part of the URL that follows the "id=". For example, if the URL is "http://video.nhl.com/videocenter/console?id=2013020884-605-h", you want to copy just the "2013020884-605-h" part to the clipboard.
3. In your message, paste that character string between the NHL tags (ex. "[NHL]2013020884-605-h[/NHL ]"). A quick way to generate those tags is to press the NHL logo button in the toolbar.


This doesn't work anymore. There is no "ID=".

tigervixxxen 03-24-2016 12:21 AM

Anyone know how to embed the "new" NHL.com videos? There used to be a 6 digit code for each video and now its gone.

Curufinwe 04-20-2016 10:27 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by tigervixxxen (Post 115829501)
Anyone know how to embed the "new" NHL.com videos? There used to be a 6 digit code for each video and now its gone.

There's an eight digit code when you hover over the link to a goal, but putting it in the NHL tags doesn't make the video appear.

With spaces so you can see the code: [NHL ]43427403[ /NHL]


pierre gagnon* 06-25-2016 09:27 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by spiny norman (Post 62477633)
Here's an example: Bobby Orr's 1970 Stanley Cup winning goal ...

Take this ...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gOIlfV-XtBg

or

http://youtu.be/gOIlfV-XtBg


Remove everything except the youtube code itself, leaving this ...

gOIlfV-XtBg


Surround this with the youtube tags [yt]gOIlfV-XtBg[/yt] and voila ...


Thanks it worked easily, I used the whose on first skit for the bruins present management, love the avatar by the way

Krams 10-30-2016 09:00 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Curufinwe (Post 117181479)
There's an eight digit code when you hover over the link to a goal, but putting it in the NHL tags doesn't make the video appear.

With spaces so you can see the code: [NHL ]43427403[ /NHL]


This is still the case. Would love the support of an admin on this

BiPolarBear 12-14-2016 02:04 PM

I've tried everything, nothing works when I try to embed a video from NHL.com :(

SniperHF 12-21-2016 02:33 PM

FYI the NHL video embeds tags are working now:

https://www.nhl.com/coyotes/video/re...086/c-47412903

Take the last part of an NHL video URL EX: "c-47412903" like this [nhl2]c-47412903[/nhl2]

Basically the same as before but note the tag is NHL2.


BiPolarBear 12-22-2016 05:28 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SniperHF (Post 125905613)
FYI the NHL video embeds tags are working now:

https://www.nhl.com/coyotes/video/re...086/c-47412903

Take the last part of an NHL video URL EX: "c-47412903" like this [nhl2]c-47412903[/nhl2]

Basically the same as before but note the tag is NHL2.


nice!

Osprey 05-03-2017 07:15 PM

This isn't related to video, but it's about BBCode, so I hope that it's acceptable to put here, since it's not easy to figure out (or remember) how to do.

How to Create Tables

PHP Code:

[table=head] |Column A|Column B|Column C|
Row 1|1A|1B|1C|
Row 2|2A|2B|2C|
Row 3|3A|3B|3C|
Row 4|4A|4B|4C|[/table

The code in the above box renders the following table:

Column AColumn BColumn C
Row 11A1B1C
Row 22A2B2C
Row 33A3B3C
Row 44A4B4C

Notes:

* The separator character is the "pipe" symbol accessed by shift-pressing the '\' key above the Enter key on most QWERTY keyboards.

* You need to have the column row on the same line as the "table" tag and the "/table" end tag on the same line as the last row, as shown, or else the table won't render correctly.

* If it's not obvious, the columns and rows don't need to be named Column A, Row 1, etc. Name them whatever you want.

* If you want to put something in the upper-left-most cell, replace the space before the first pipe on the column row.

* If you don't like the red header, you can remove the "=head" from the "table" tag, but readers will lose the ability to sort by clicking on the column names.

* You can make the table a bit fancier by modifying the text in each of the cells individually. For example, if you want to right-align the values, highlight each one and click on the "Align Right" button. For example...

PHP Code:

[table=head] |Column A|Column B|Column C
Row 1
|[RIGHT]1A[/RIGHT]|[RIGHT]1B[/RIGHT]|[RIGHT]1C[/RIGHT]|
Row 2|[RIGHT]2A[/RIGHT]|[RIGHT]2B[/RIGHT]|[RIGHT]2C[/RIGHT]|
Row 3|[RIGHT]3A[/RIGHT]|[RIGHT]3B[/RIGHT]|[RIGHT]3C[/RIGHT]|
Row 4|[RIGHT]4A[/RIGHT]|[RIGHT]4B[/RIGHT]|[RIGHT]4C[/RIGHT]|[/table

...renders the following:

Column AColumn BColumn C
Row 1
1A
1B
1C
Row 2
2A
2B
2C
Row 3
3A
3B
3C
Row 4
4A
4B
4C

RebelBully 05-04-2017 08:02 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Osprey (Post 131812327)
This isn't video-related, but it's about BBCode, so I hope that it's acceptable to put here, since it's not easy to figure out (or remember) how to do.

How to Create Tables

PHP Code:

[table]|Column A|Column B|Column C|
Row 1|1A|1B|1C|
Row 2|2A|2B|2C|
Row 3|3A|3B|3C|
Row 4|4A|4B|4C|[/table

The code in the above box renders the following table:

 Column AColumn BColumn C
Row 11A1B1C
Row 22A2B2C
Row 33A3B3C
Row 44A4B4C

Notes:

* The separator character is the "pipe" symbol accessed by shift-pressing the '\' key above the Enter key on most keyboards.

* You can create as many columns and rows as you need by adding or subtracting pipes and lines, respectively. Make sure to end each line with a pipe or else the formatting will be broken if you add tags to the cells (see final note).

* If it's not obvious, the columns and rows don't need to be named Column A, Row 1, etc. Change them to whatever you want.

* You need to have the column row on the same line as the "table" tag and the "/table" end tag on the same line as the last row, as shown, or else the table won't render correctly.

* If you want to put something in the upper-left-most cell, put it before the first pipe on the column row.

* You can make the table a bit fancier by modifying the text in each of the cells individually. For example, to make the column names bold, highlight each one and click on the bold button. Also, if you want to right-align the data cells, highlight each one and click on the "Align Right" button. As an example of both...

PHP Code:

[table]|[B]Column A[/B]|[B]Column B[/B]|[B]Column C[/B]
Row 1|[RIGHT]1A[/RIGHT]|[RIGHT]1B[/RIGHT]|[RIGHT]1C[/RIGHT]|
Row 2|[RIGHT]2A[/RIGHT]|[RIGHT]2B[/RIGHT]|[RIGHT]2C[/RIGHT]|
Row 3|[RIGHT]3A[/RIGHT]|[RIGHT]3B[/RIGHT]|[RIGHT]3C[/RIGHT]|
Row 4|[RIGHT]4A[/RIGHT]|[RIGHT]4B[/RIGHT]|[RIGHT]4C[/RIGHT]|[/table

...renders the following:

 Column AColumn BColumn C
Row 1
1A
1B
1C
Row 2
2A
2B
2C
Row 3
3A
3B
3C
Row 4
4A
4B
4C

Thank you for sharing this!


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