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High performance YouTube video, playlist and audio-only embeds which don't slow down your blog and offer optimal accessibility. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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High performance YouTube video, playlist and audio-only embeds which don't slow down your blog and offer optimal accessibility.
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WP YouTube Lyte You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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WP YouTube Lyte
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Click on 'Create Credential' at the top. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Click on 'Create Credential' at the top.
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Yes, starting with version 1.5.0 normal YouTube links are automatically transferred in Lyte embeds as well. You will automagically also get a (non-Lyte) preview of the video in your visual post edit screen. Starting from LYTE 1.7.5 YouTube iframes can be automatically converted as well. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Yes, starting with version 1.5.0 normal YouTube links are automatically transferred in Lyte embeds as well. You will automagically also get a (non-Lyte) preview of the video in your visual post edit screen. Starting from LYTE 1.7.5 YouTube iframes can be automatically converted as well.
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Set as little restrictions as possible, most problems with getting this working are caused by these settings. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Set as little restrictions as possible, most problems with getting this working are caused by these settings.
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Click on 'API key'
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LYTE by default uses WordPress' "the_content"-filter. Page builders don't apply that filter to their content and thus LYTE does not get triggered on those. As a workaround you can either add the LYTE widget or add the LYTE video using the shortcode in your page-builder Text-block, this works in most page-builders. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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LYTE by default uses WordPress' "the_content"-filter. Page builders don't apply that filter to their content and thus LYTE does not get triggered on those. As a workaround you can either add the LYTE widget or add the LYTE video using the shortcode in your page-builder Text-block, this works in most page-builders.
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I use a page builder and LYTE does not seem active on the YouTube video's I add there? You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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I use a page builder and LYTE does not seem active on the YouTube video's I add there?
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As opposed to some of the <a href="http://blog.futtta.be/2010/12/15/wordpress-com-stats-trojan-horse-for-quantcast-tracking/">most important</a> <a href="http://blog.futtta.be/2010/01/22/add-to-any-removed-from-here/">plugins</a> there is no 3rd party tracking code in WP YouTube Lyte, but YouTube off course does see visitor requests coming in for the thumbnails unless the option to cache thumbnails locally is enabled. If thumbnails are cached locally, no request will be sent to YouTube by your visitor's browser until/ unless the video is played. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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As opposed to some of the <a href="http://blog.futtta.be/2010/12/15/wordpress-com-stats-trojan-horse-for-quantcast-tracking/">most important</a> <a href="http://blog.futtta.be/2010/01/22/add-to-any-removed-from-here/">plugins</a> there is no 3rd party tracking code in WP YouTube Lyte, but YouTube off course does see visitor requests coming in for the thumbnails unless the option to cache thumbnails locally is enabled. If thumbnails are cached locally, no request will be sent to YouTube by your visitor's browser until/ unless the video is played.
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The plugin picks up on normal YouTube links, taking over from WordPress core's oEmbed. Alternatively you can add a YouTube-link for a video or <a href="http://blog.futtta.be/2011/10/11/wp-youtube-lyte-support-for-playlists-almost-included/">an entire playlist</a> with "httpv" instead of "http(s)" or add a Lyte widget to your sidebar and WP YouTube Lyte replaces that link with the correct performance-optimized code. Some examples: You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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The plugin picks up on normal YouTube links, taking over from WordPress core's oEmbed. Alternatively you can add a YouTube-link for a video or <a href="http://blog.futtta.be/2011/10/11/wp-youtube-lyte-support-for-playlists-almost-included/">an entire playlist</a> with "httpv" instead of "http(s)" or add a Lyte widget to your sidebar and WP YouTube Lyte replaces that link with the correct performance-optimized code. Some examples:
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WP YouTube Lyte allows you to "lazy load" your video's, by inserting responsive "Lite YouTube Embeds". These look and feel like normal embedded YouTube, but only call the "fat" YouTube-player when clicked on, thereby <a href="http://blog.futtta.be/2012/04/03/speed-matters-re-evaluating-wp-youtube-lytes-performance/">reducing download size &amp; rendering time substantially</a> when embedding YouTube occasionally and improving page performance dramatically when you've got multiple YouTube video's on one and the same page. The plugin can be configured to cache YouTube thumbnails locally, improving both performance and privacy. As such LYTE embedded YouTube videos do not require requests to the YouTube servers, probably (I am not a lawyer) allowing for better GDPR-compliance. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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WP YouTube Lyte allows you to "lazy load" your video's, by inserting responsive "Lite YouTube Embeds". These look and feel like normal embedded YouTube, but only call the "fat" YouTube-player when clicked on, thereby <a href="http://blog.futtta.be/2012/04/03/speed-matters-re-evaluating-wp-youtube-lytes-performance/">reducing download size &amp; rendering time substantially</a> when embedding YouTube occasionally and improving page performance dramatically when you've got multiple YouTube video's on one and the same page. The plugin can be configured to cache YouTube thumbnails locally, improving both performance and privacy. As such LYTE embedded YouTube videos do not require requests to the YouTube servers, probably (I am not a lawyer) allowing for better GDPR-compliance.
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Just pass the httpv url of such a field to lyte_preparse like this: if(function_exists('lyte_preparse')) { echo lyte_preparse($video); } and you're good to go! You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Just pass the httpv url of such a field to lyte_preparse like this: if(function_exists('lyte_preparse')) { echo lyte_preparse($video); } and you're good to go!
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Or using shortcodes: [lyte id="_SQkWbRublY" /] [lyte id="_SQkWbRublY" audio="true" /] [lyte id="A486E741B25F8E00" playlist="true" /] You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Or using shortcodes: [lyte id="_SQkWbRublY" /] [lyte id="_SQkWbRublY" audio="true" /] [lyte id="A486E741B25F8E00" playlist="true" /]
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By default (unless "cache thumbnail locally" is active) WP YouTube Lyte will indeed load slower normal YouTube video's instead of Lyte ones, as Lyte video's require would require two clicks from the user to play a video (once to load the YouTube video and once to start it) because there is no autoplay-support on mobile. If you want to, you can force WP YouTube Lyte to make video's Lyte on mobile with this code (add it in your child theme's functions.php, in a seperate helper plugin or using the <a href="https://wordpress.org/plugins/code-snippets/">code snippets plugin</a>; You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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By default (unless "cache thumbnail locally" is active) WP YouTube Lyte will indeed load slower normal YouTube video's instead of Lyte ones, as Lyte video's require would require two clicks from the user to play a video (once to load the YouTube video and once to start it) because there is no autoplay-support on mobile. If you want to, you can force WP YouTube Lyte to make video's Lyte on mobile with this code (add it in your child theme's functions.php, in a seperate helper plugin or using the <a href="https://wordpress.org/plugins/code-snippets/">code snippets plugin</a>;
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My video's seem to load slower on mobile devices? You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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My video's seem to load slower on mobile devices?
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