020713_0343_YouTubevide1.jpgWhoops? Did something break?

Looks like the glitch is fixed. Youtube videos look just fine now.

I was just about to email a friend to show them how they could embed YouTube videos onto their classroom blog when I noticed YouTube videos on my own classroom blogs weren’t working properly. (I run a self hosted WordPress server for my class blogs and student websites.)

Normally, you just paste the YouTube website address directly into a post, and the video magically appears. (You have to make sure that it is not hyperlinked – if it shows up as a blue link, then the video won’t show up unless your students click on the link.)

I thought it was me, but when I visit the official WordPress.com support page, the embedded YouTube videos don’t show up properly either.

Oh well. I’ll have to show her that YouTube trick later.

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  • The voice recognition software made an additional 0 capitalization and punctuation mistakes. If you include these mistakes, Dragon Naturally Speaking got 98.7% of the words correct.
  • I used a USB Logitech headset to dictate this blog post into Microsoft Word 2010.
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YouTube videos not embedding correctly on WordPress class blogs

020713_0343_YouTubevide1.jpgWhoops? Did something break?

Looks like the glitch is fixed. Youtube videos look just fine now.

I was just about to email a friend to show them how they could embed YouTube videos onto their classroom blog when I noticed YouTube videos on my own classroom blogs weren’t working properly. (I run a self hosted WordPress server for my class blogs and student websites.)

Normally, you just paste the YouTube website address directly into a post, and the video magically appears. (You have to make sure that it is not hyperlinked – if it shows up as a blue link, then the video won’t show up unless your students click on the link.)

I thought it was me, but when I visit the official WordPress.com support page, the embedded YouTube videos don’t show up properly either.

Oh well. I’ll have to show her that YouTube trick later.

This post was written using Dragon Naturally Speaking 12 Premium (Windows 8). Find out more.

  • Dragon 12 Premium correctly transcribed 98.7% of the words. There were 150 words in the first draft of this document and Dragon only made 2 word mistakes.
  • The voice recognition software made an additional 0 capitalization and punctuation mistakes. If you include these mistakes, Dragon Naturally Speaking got 98.7% of the words correct.
  • I used a USB Logitech headset to dictate this blog post into Microsoft Word 2010.
  • Click here to find out more about the Dragon NaturallySpeaking Student / Teacher educational discount.


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