as of may 2015 youtube changed their api and the stuff above doesn’t work anymore!!
Some user may think: WordPress update to 4.2.2 broke a plugin used to link to a YouTube channel.
In this thread we used the rss feed of youtube to grab an image (or several) with the link to these videos.
In the moment you just get a thumbnail titled ‚https://youtube.com/devicesupport‘ , nothing else.
With the old api version 2 (v2) it was working great to just import the rss feed.
With youtube api v3 you have to use a different approach, I didn’t study how to do yet, sorry..
I found the related note:
UPDATE 05/06/15: Starting today, YouTube Data API v2 video feeds will only return the support video.
Details of the YouTube Data API (Version 3) you find here: https://developers.google.com/youtube/v3/
For now I replaced my imported channel video list with a YouTube Subscribe Button
how to you find here: https://developers.google.com/youtube/y … ibe_button
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Hier noch 11 weitere Ergebnisse dieses Threads:
23. Mrz. 2010 (von: master)
Any idea how to use the WordPress sidebar for streaming Youtube videos?It should update automatically with the latest video from my youtube channel and be automatically resized to fit a box of 300x250px.Here is how to do this for Youtube…
9. Feb. 2011 (von: greenbandit)
great post, any idea to use curl instead of simplepie? Weiterlesen →
9. Feb. 2011 (von: master)
Sorry, I never used cURL yet.As simplepie is in WordPress already and is useful for many other functions to grab feeds, I use it as is.What I do is actually not disable the caching function, eg do not use:$feed->enable_cache(false); //…
9. Feb. 2011 (von: greenbandit)
hi, and thanks for a fast answer!I've reading this: http://simplepie.org/wiki/reference/sim ... _fsockopenThanks. Weiterlesen →
14. Feb. 2011 (von: raf_79)
This is great! I got it to work without a problem following your instructions. What changes do I need to make to the code to make this work in a sidebar widget so I can control the pages it shows…
14. Feb. 2011 (von: master)
I use it here (link deleted)This is not in a widget though, it just shows the embeded video of the latest posts of a category. It's totally different from the code above, does not need simplepie as you post it…
15. Feb. 2011 (von: raf_79)
Yes, please. I await your response - but not today. Weiterlesen →
15. Feb. 2011 (von: Joern)
I opened a new topic thread for that: add latest video from a post in WordPress sidebarother ways to get video code from WordPress post or resize a video hereget the oembed code of a video in a WP 2.9…
16. Feb. 2011 (von: raf_79)
Thank you for the coding to add the latest video from a WP post on your site into a sidebar widget. This information will be very useful for me. I'd like to ask, and pray I don't offend you, does…
16. Feb. 2011 (von: Joern)
Above in this thread you get your user-channel feed from YouTube as feed. Either you display 4 stills linking to the video in youtube (this changes if you add something to your channel)oryou load the latest clip in a player…
2. Jun. 2013 (von: master)
After migrating from bbPress to phpBB3 I realized that formerly 'registerd users' had to retrieve their password by using 'I forgot my password' and entering their user name and the e-mail adress they used before.This is something I can live…