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How To Embed A Responsive YouTube Video In WordPress

If you have embedded videos on your blog or website, chances are that you have them uploaded over at YouTube, which is a very capable video hosting site that gives you a good number of options in sharing videos; however it’s not perfect as it comes with its own limitations and downsides. Two of them being:

  • They’re not responsive.
  • Embedding its code opens up the possibility of breaking or ruining the site if/when handled by non-coders in the Post Editor.

That is why in today’s featured tutorial, you’ll be shown how to create a shortcode that will enable you to add embedded YouTube videos that will automatically make the video responsive. The tutorial is by Rachel McCollin from Tutsplus and it is quite easy to follow as it only has a ‘Beginner’ level of difficulty. Prepare to allocate about 15 minutes of your time in order for you to finish the process.

Performing this tutorial will require you to have a development or test site with WordPress installed, and an FTP program to upload your plugin (which may be incorporated into your code editor). Yes, the process involves creating a plugin as it is said to be a better and much convenient route to take as opposed to inserting a code into your theme’s functions.php file and/or stylesheet.

Check out a live demo of the plugin before you proceed with the tutorial. If you think you’re ready, you can see the tutorial here.

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