HTML Baffles Me.

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Not necessary Kevin. Really, not necessary. I get it, I don't know how to code and you do. I would appreciate it if you just didn't comment. I am just looking for help, that's all. 

Enjoy your day.

Amy

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Shopify Partner
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We ARE trying to help. If you got lost on an iframe tag then you either need to learn how they work or get a dev because it doesn't get any easier than html, it just gets harder from there that's the introductory language.

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Thanks for trying to help. I just want to fix this one issue and then I will move on with my life. I have zero interest in learning how to code. I just want my video to loop, not learn code. If you know how to do that I would love it if you would share your knowledge. I searched all over this forum for an answer before I asked my question. I found that this forum is filled with these types of questions and a lot of kind people sharing their knowledge. If I can't find an answer, I will hire a freelancer. 

Amy

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Here's a good tutorial: http://bfy.tw/BEcG

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honestly they showed you above pretty clearly how to do it your question has been answered....

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Problem solved. I didn't see the added " at the end of my video id until I took a closer look. That was the problem. I understand what you mean Kasimir when you said I was closing the tag and everything after it would be ignored. I swear I looked for that " and didn't see it until this morning. 

working perfectly with this code: <iframe width="588" height="415" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/nW1DOdZ8VME?loop=1&rel=0&modestbranding=1 frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>

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Hello Amy,

That is still not valid, you do need to close the src tag.

<iframe width="588" height="415" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/nW1DOdZ8VME?loop=1&rel=0&modestbranding=1" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>

Kasimir

"Good design is good business"
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Thank you. I wonder why it still worked when I didn't close the src tag? Interesting. Anyway, I added the " as you suggested to close the tag. I appreciate you sharing your thoughts. I am just going to leave it alone now :) It's working and that is all I wanted. Have a great day.

Amy 

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Hi Amy,

It generally works because browsers are smart these days, doesn't make it valid HTML tho and hence causes problems with older versions etc.

Kasimir

"Good design is good business"
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Hi Jason, 

 

Any chance you could help me out with how to set up a youtube video player on the home page? I know very little about coding. Thanks

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