|Documentation for the Oembed feature in Silverstripe 3||anselmdk||8/29/12 10:02 AM|
I was about to set up a Youtube field for a site I'm working on, using SS3, when I remembered something about the Oembed field that had been mentioned, both on this thread, as well as the blog.
It's described very briefly here:
However, I can't get it to work. I'd expect it to work by pressing the "Insert media" button in TinyMCE, choosing "From the web", and insering a URL, e.g. www.youtube.com/watch?v=c3hVfgtUd6k
When doing so, all I get is a 100x100 px symbol showing something as "media not allowed".
There might be some issues with my local install (e.g. maybe Curl need to be working properly), but I think a little extra documentation on how this is intended to work, as well as how to debug it would be helpful.
|Re: [silverstripe-dev] Documentation for the Oembed feature in Silverstripe 3||Sigurd Magnusson||8/29/12 1:00 PM|
Should "just work", perhaps better error messages need to surface eg curl not installed etc?
Does the same URL work at demo.silverstripe.org?
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|Re: [silverstripe-dev] Documentation for the Oembed feature in Silverstripe 3||anselmdk||8/29/12 2:05 PM|
Awesome, thanks for clarifying this.
I'll have a look at what's wrong with my dev machine.
|Re: [silverstripe-dev] Documentation for the Oembed feature in Silverstripe 3||Sigurd Magnusson||8/29/12 2:07 PM|
Please consider posting bug/enhancement to open.silverstripe.org and/or code fix as a pull request that would prevent others hitting the same issue ;)
|Re: [silverstripe-dev] Documentation for the Oembed feature in Silverstripe 3||UndefinedOffset||8/30/12 9:02 AM|
only unfortunate thing with youtube oembed is that it embeds using wmode="window" by default :( sigh lol