I got a very good question from the originator of this thread, jkrog08, and I U2U'ed this to him, and I felt it was relevant to this thread because
of a potential pattern I see beginning to develop here. I hope that he does not mind that I post this here, and or that the moderators all take into
account that I am trying to prevent things by being proactive in keeping this thread on track by posting something off the original thread topic for
just a moment here and won't edit and or delete this post in particular.
No, I am not a moderator, and no I have not been asked to be one, I'm just someone who wants to see other people get their ideas out in order to say
what their thinking.
how do i post a youtube video?
Okay, I saw that you sent the U2U and also post the link for the YouTube video I am assuming here that was the one you wanted to know how to post,
First, you click on YouTube within the post you are creating,...then enter this series of numbers and letter (from that YouTube link you posted on My
Just for future reference, copy and paste the YouTube from there site into a "Notepad" or some other computer program or a piece of paper write it
down, exactly, word for word. Here's the entire link :
width="425" height="355"> "http://www.youtube.com/v/dw1uvaUAekw&hl=en" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" wmode="transparent"
Notice within the whole link, the series of numbers and letters? That's where you find the "code" for posting YouTube videos to your posts. Just
try to remember a few things here, first posting a different topic like "Fema Death Camps" on your thread you started can still get you a wrist slap
from the moderators, so you will always need to post something relevant to your original thread somewhere within the post so that it still has some
resemblance to the original ideas you started your thread on (this also keeps others from hi-jacking your threads with other topics, if you remember
Also, in order to make your posts more professional looking, try to put as much thought as possible into your posts BEFORE you post them, you can do
this several ways of course like saving the website links somewhere, and or re-reading your stuff and editing it over and over.
I hope you take all of this into account as suggestions so as to make your posts and future thread more professional, so that maybe you can get an
applause for them. I've gotten 5 applauses so far since I've been here, so I know from positive experience and I'm only trying to help you.
[edit on 24-3-2008 by SpartanKingLeonidas]