The autohide parameter has been deprecated for the HTML5 player. In HTML5 players, the video progress bar and player controls display or hide automatically.
That behavior corresponds to an autohide setting of 1. The theme parameter has been deprecated for the HTML5 player. HTML5 players now always use the dark theme. A deprecation warning appears in several sections of this document to help point readers to the IFrame Player API as an alternative. The definition of the autohide parameter has been updated to clarify the meaning of the parameter's values.
Otherwise, those controls are visible throughout the video. The definition of the hl parameter has been updated to note that the parameter value could be an ISO two-letter language code or a fully specified locale. For example, fr and fr-ca are both valid parameter values.
The definition of the enablejsapi parameter has been reworded to clarify that the parameter enables a player to be controlled via API calls. The parameter descriptions have been updated accordingly. The new hl parameter can be used to set the player's interface language. The interface language is used for tooltips in the player and also affects the default caption track. The selected caption track may also depend on the availability of caption tracks and user's individual language preferences.
Setting the value to 1 causes inline playback. The controls parameter's definition has been updated to reflect the fact that the parameter value only affects the time that the Flash player actually loads in IFrame embeds. In addition, for IFrame embeds, the parameter value also determines when the controls display in the player. If you set the parameter's value to 2 , then the controls display and the Flash player loads after the user initiates the video playback.
YouTube no longer identifies experimental API features and services. The definition of the controls parameter has been updated to reflect support for a parameter value of 2 and to explain that, for AS3 players, the parameter value determines the time when the Flash player actually loads. If the controls parameter is set to 0 or 1 , the Flash player loads immediately. If the parameter value is 2 , the Flash player does not load until the video playback is initiated.
dongthitravel.com/104-generisch-zithromax.php The HTML5 player now supports the color , modestbranding , and rel parameters, and the definitions for these parameters have been updated accordingly. The definition of the showinfo parameter has been updated to explain how that if the player is loading a playlist, and you explicitly set the parameter value to 1 , then, upon loading, the player will also display thumbnail images for the videos in the playlist. Note that this functionality is only supported for the AS3 player since that is the only player that can load a playlist.
The showinfo parameter's definition has been updated to reflect the fact that the HTML5 player supports this parameter. The new end parameter specifies the time, measured in seconds from the start of the video, when the player should stop playing a video. Note that the time when playback is stopped is measured from the beginning of the video and not from the value of either the start player parameter or the startSeconds parameter, which is used in YouTube Player API functions for loading or queueing a video.
The new Embedding a YouTube player section explains different ways to embed a YouTube player in your application. This section incorporates information from the old Example usage section, which has been removed. The new Selecting content to play section explains how to configure the player to load a video, a playlist, search results for a specified query, or uploaded videos for a specified user. The new list and listType parameters let you specify the content that the player should load.
You can specify a playlist, a search query, or a particular user's uploaded videos. The definitions of the fs and rel parameters have been updated to more clearly explain the default parameter values for the AS3 player. Instead, each parameter definition has been updated to identify the players that support that parameter. The new theme and color parameters let you customize the appearance of the embedded player's player controls.
The new modestbranding parameter lets you use a YouTube player that does not show a YouTube logo. As of this release, the parameter was only supported for the AS3 embedded player and for IFrame embeds that loaded the AS3 player. The following parameters are supported in the AS2 player but have been deprecated for the newer AS3 and HTML5 players: border , color1 , color2 , egm , hd , and showsearch. Though some parameters are not supported in both players, an IFrame embed that loads the AS3 player will support all parameters that work with that player and ignore all other parameters.
Similarly, an IFrame embed that loads the HTML5 player will support all parameters that work with that player while ignoring all other parameters. The parameter list has been updated to include the autohide parameter, which indicates whether the player's video controls will automatically hide after a video begins playing. The parameter list has been updated to include the controls parameter, which indicates whether the player's video controls will display at all.
Player controls do display by default.
The parameter list has been updated to include the playlist parameter, which specifies a comma-separated list of video IDs to play. The definition of the fs has been updated to note that the fullscreen option will not work if you load the YouTube player into another SWF. The example at the end of the document has been updated to use the embedded AS3 player instead of the embedded AS2 player.
The parameters used in the example have also been updated to only include parameters that the AS3 player supports. Except as otherwise noted, the content of this page is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4. For details, see the Google Developers Site Policies. Reference Samples Support.
Overview This document explains how to embed a YouTube player in your application and also defines the parameters that are available in the YouTube embedded player. Embed a YouTube player You can use any of the following methods to embed a YouTube player in your application and specify player parameters. Loading a playlist Set the listType player parameter to playlist.
Parameters autoplay This parameter specifies whether the initial video will automatically start to play when the player loads. Supported values are 0 or 1. The default value is 0.
No professional interaction designer would make the mistake of using checkboxes when radio buttons are called for. The distinction between these two controls is one of the first things taught in any interaction design class. So here's a final reason to use the right widget: if you don't, you'll be taken for an amateur. Skip to Main Content. Stay informed! Get updates about featured products, solutions, services and educational opportunities.
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In other words, clicking a non-selected radio button will deselect whatever other button was previously selected in the list.
Checkboxes are used when there are lists of options and the user may select any number of choices, including zero, one, or several. In other words, each checkbox is independent of all other checkboxes in the list, so checking one box doesn't uncheck the others. A stand-alone checkbox is used for a single option that the user can turn on or off. Sounds simple enough, right?
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