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Why do people down vote this? I gave you +1 and here is the answer http://www.nbcolympics.com/widgets/index.html Super Widget (Top News, Video and Slideshows) Team USA Tracker Medal Tracker Watch Widget


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I think it can. Everything created is protected by copyright, even if not claimed through a visible line of text. In your case, I should try and contact the rightful owner of the other website to ask for permission. Make sure you have this literally written down by the opposite webmaster for future reference.


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You'll need to add some RDFa meta data to the header of your pages which contain video. For Facebook specifically, you'll need to add a <link rel="image_src" href="/URL/TO/VIDEO_THUMBNAIL.jpg" /> tag to indicate the video thumbnail, and a <link rel="video_src" href="/URL/TO/PLAY/VIDEO" /> to indicate the video player. Note that the video_src tag ...


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You can do it like this: @font-face { font-family: Calibri; src: local('Calibri'), url('http://blabla.com/calibri.eot'); } Source and more detailed explanation.


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Your biggest issue will be with users on iPhone/iPad devices as flash doesn't work for them at all. It also depends on what you are trying to do. If you don't care about mobile platforms then you are most likely fine. If you do plan on having mobile users then you need to support non-flash solutions. Also, if you plan on displaying video through your ...


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I have solved the situation by doing URL ReWriting with the following rule: RewriteRule (/res/)(.*)/(.*)/(.*)/(.*) /Magic94Scripts/mgrqispi94.dll?APPNAME=$2&PRGNAME=ViewResource&ResID=$3&size=$4 [I,O,U] And using URLs such as: /res/FileManager/2785/9/TheVideo.mp4 Crazy, but it now works. I can only assume quicktime now only inspects the URL ...


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There are plenty of ways to do it, but why haven't you installed some sort of CMS on the website, when you're actually the one creating it? WordPress is awesome for blogging, and you should get it installed on the website instead of trying to get it embedded. Why would you want that anyway? It is usually a horrible solution. If you absolutely must, you can ...


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This works for me <object width="540" height="325"><param name="movie" value="http://www.youtube.com/v/dvYQhJwwkgA?version=3&amp;hl=en_US&amp;rel=0"></param><param name="allowFullScreen" value="true"></param><param name="allowscriptaccess" value="always"></param><embed ...


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Is there a free hosting service specifically for audio files, for easy embedded playback through a flash/html5 interface? yes, there are plenty. What type of playback is embedded on your site will take a little extra snooping, but not much.


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It is very likely that it will, unless the embedding is done through an iframe. You could try using canonical URLs (see Google reference, SEOMoz tips) to point both URLs to whichever one you want to rank. To be safer, I would recommend showing snippets or a feed of some sort on your website that links back to your tumblr, or just moving everything over to ...


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While researching to ask this question, I came across this bug report, which seems to describe the same problem (see the "Comments" section). So apparently this is indeed a bug in MoinMoin. Hopefully they'll fix it sometime soon...


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Here is a way : Go to google Docs. Upload your PDF file to a public folder. Then click your file in document list. A preview will be opened. You will see a blue button named Open (right-bottom side) Click that button. You will be transferred docs.google.com Here you will see the top-menu like File, Edit... Choose File → Embed this PDF file. Then you can ...


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If you search filetype:doc and filetype:docx and so on in Google, you'll see most common Office files, and PDFs, are routinely indexed. They perhaps won't perform as well as a properly optimised web page, but for the kind of searches that people who want that sort of thing do (e.g., people looking for academic papers and so on), I can't see there being an ...


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See my comment above, but in v1.5.8 a content filtering option was added, and turned on by default, that strips HTML unless you say otherwise. It applied to everyone no matter what access level, though 1.5.9 then exempted super-admins.


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There aren't many options so far as I can see. I don't have any direct experience with anything beyond wordpress plugins that add similar functionality. Pluck Reviews Rating System


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Not only embedding but also just linking to other content without prior explicit permission of rights holder is violation of Copyright Law. Read, for example: Police Arrest A Bunch Of Folks In Europe For Linking To Infringing Content Belgian Appeals Court Says Google Must Pay Up For Linking To Newspaper Websites etc., just google on it Update ...


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You can embed deep-linked YouTube videos by using the 'start' attribute to make playback start at a specific time, like this: <iframe id="video" width="560" height="349" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/3CR5y8qZf0Y?start=20" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe> You could modify the start time using JavaScript and jQuery, like this: ...


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This is quite straightforward actually. I think if you search around for "SHOUTcast" instead, you will find a lot more out there. SHOUTcast/IceCast use a protocol that is (nearly) compatible with HTTP. Therefore, (most) any player that can play MP3 streaming over HTTP is capable of playing a SHOUTcast compatible stream. You will find that there are many ...


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AFAIK, the only way to get paid for YouTube videos is by becoming a YouTube partner and posting original content. I'm guessing they have some standards of quality, so not just any spammer looking to make a quick buck will be able to qualify. Most YouTube partners are filmmakers, artists, etc. The only way to make money embedding other people's videos is to ...


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YouTube does have an SSL. Try going to https://www.youtube.com Just get the embed code and then change all http:// to https:// Basically, they have an SSL certificate set up. However (and it's worth checking this by clicking on the padlock with the line through it in Chrome) but it's saying that it's got SSL, but there are elements on the page ...


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Why bother scraping when you can use their official syndication methods? This is much less likely to piss them off, and should be fairly easy for any developer to parse and integrate into your site. This way a change to their HTML doesn't break your site. This is also much less likely to piss off the RT guys, meaning you're less likely to get banned.


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I found a similar question at webapps.stackexchange.com. Here are my favorite answers: Youtube - Works just fine for audio. You can have a static image as a background or get creative and make a slideshow or something. Drawback: length limit SoundCloud - This would be my favorite if not for a limit on minutes of audio per account (120 minutes I think) ...


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Don't forget there is nothing stopping you using YouTube - your "video" can consist of a still image and then the audio. You could even use the video part to convey information about the audio as it is played. And you can customise the look of the player via the API, if that is a concern.



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