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January 29, 2013 at 4:33 pm in reply to: Lightbox Ultimate – HTML5 with multiple formats and flash fallback #53366
We are trying to do the format to handle some older Android browsers that won’t work with the mp4.
Is there a way to “turn on” shortcodes within your shortcode?January 25, 2013 at 3:39 pm in reply to: Lightbox Ultimate – HTML5 with multiple formats and flash fallback #53364
Alternatively, I think I got the other plugin working.
I know there is a way to modify the shortcode return to allow shortcode within shortcode. I’m assuming that’s what I have to do here. How would I modify your plugin to allow shortcode within shortcode?
My thought is that if I could have something like this:
[wp_lightbox_html5_video [video autoplay="false" mp4="http://video.hatchearlychildhood.com.s3.amazonaws.com/issMobileVideo_2-test.mp4" preload="auto" width="640" height="480" id="movie-id" class="alignleft"] width=”640″ height=”480″ source=”/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/tablet-for-kids-video.png”]
*The advantage to this is that with the [video] shortcode, I can serve multiple formats so I could do something like:
[video autoplay="false" mp4="URL" ogv="URL" webm="URL" preload="auto" width="640" height="480" id="movie-id" class="alignleft"]
I do have your plugin working as far as playing the mp4 and even playing on the older, Android browser. My issue is now the manner to serve up multiple file formats similar to what a <video> html5 tag would be capable of.
OK. Is there any way to modify the code above so the title I am putting in is “attached” around the shortcode for the appropriate video?
I’m really just trying to get around the idea that I have to use padding to position the titles. Anytime something changes, we will have to play the “how much padding” game.
This is a temp URL. It’s our staging area before she goes live in January.
Sorry, forum stripped out the spacing. Ironic!
So instead of this:
We need this:
Using the global custom css page I can do this:
Hope that makes sense.December 17, 2012 at 2:43 pm in reply to: Lightbox Ultimate – How to use Amazon S3 video url with https #52434
I actually figured this out. Just posting here in case others have the same issue. This is only a problem if you use https links to the video on Amazon S3. If you take out the s, you’re fine. If you need it to be https, then you have to rewrite the URL.
By default, it gives you [https://<bucketname>.s3.amazonaws.com/<itemname>]. You have to rework that to read [https://s3.amazonaws.com/<bucketname>/<itemname>]December 17, 2012 at 2:04 pm in reply to: Lightbox Ultimate – How to use Amazon S3 video url with https #52433
Interesting. We are using Amazon S3 for storage. These should not be secure videos on that platform. Any experience with that and how to remove that security warning?