From time to time, depending on how things are set up, you might want to import videos using our YouTube video import WP plugin in a different way that may better suit your needs.
To achieve this, the plugin implements a series of hooks and filters that can be used to modify things on the fly.
Please note that a minimal knowledge of writing PHP code will be needed before using the examples described here. Read more…
Starting April 20, 2015, YouTube shut down API version 2 and switched entirely to new YouTube API 3. Our YouTube video import WordPress plugin used YouTube’s API 2 in versions 1.1.x but switched to YouTube API 3 starting versions 1.2.x that was released on April 9th, 2015.
Users using plugin version 1.1.x will most likely see this YouTube device support video when trying to import anything using the plugin. If this is your case, we strongly suggest that you update the plugin as soon as possible by going to your Envato market account downloads page and downloading the latest available version from CodeCanyon.
The official YouTube deprecation notice can be read here.
This time we’re going to see how to get the API key for YouTube data API and use it in YouTube video import plugin for WordPress.
Starting with plugin version 1.2, the API key is required in order to be able to query YouTube data API v3. Read on to see how to set things up. Read more…
The following is a tutorial on how to make YouTube video post for WordPress compatible with a WordPress video theme (in this example we’ll use theme Wave).
If you’re not familiar with YouTube video post for WordPress, it is a plugin that allows quick and easy video import from YouTube playlists complete with video embed, thumbnail, title, description and categories. If you are a YouTube publisher you will absolutely love this plugin. Read more…