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We The People United We Stand
Adding a YouTube/any video to the join page
Marcus
Marcus Jul 28
use jquery. plugin required. drop me a line
The Forum post is edited by Marcus Jul 28
dave Team
dave Jul 28

Or  since you already have edited core files with your other mods, just edit the join html file and include the embed code from youtube or video player code.


ow_system_plugins/base/views/controllers/join_index.html

Chris_W
Chris_W Jul 28
There was a plugin, I use it, but it has been suspended.  https://developers.oxwall.com/store/item/1257
dave Team
dave Jul 28
I think thats just for signin not join..
Chris_W
Chris_W Jul 28

Quote from dave I think thats just for signin not join..
When you close the site to visitors, opening the site shows a page from which you can sign in or join. The video displays on that page.
dave Team
dave Jul 28
Ohhhhh ok.... got ya...
We The People United We Stand

Hey guys I entered the embed clause and nothing.  any ideas.  thxs


Chris_W
Chris_W Jul 29

Quote from We The People United We Stand

Hey guys I entered the embed clause and nothing.  any ideas.  thxs


It's possible you will have to enter the domain the video comes from in the 'Allowed Resources' list in admin.


dave Team
dave Jul 29
Did you clear your cache after the change, you need to do so when editing html, css, or js files.
The Forum post is edited by dave Jul 29
Chris_W
Chris_W Jul 29
Not directly related but, there is a problem with your SSL certificate. It only covers 'mail.wethepeopleunitedwestand.com' not the whole domain.


The Forum post is edited by Chris_W Jul 29
We The People United We Stand

Hey Chris thats strange because when I go into CPanel and my domain hosting site I get the following, where did you get that?


We The People United We Stand

Also, yes I cleared it via the debug route.  Is that the correct way?

Or does it have to be inserted at a particular line?

The Forum post is edited by We The People United We Stand Jul 29
dave Team
dave Jul 30
Let me try it.... be back in a bit...
dave Team
dave Jul 30

This worked fine for me, 


at the top of the ow_system_plugins/base/views/controllers/join_index.html


i put this code as a test... i added the div wrapper


<div>   
<iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/l1y23KvjqKs" frameborder="0" allow="accelerometer; autoplay; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture" allowfullscreen></iframe>
</div>


Save the file...



Then i used this free plugin to clear my cache (you dont have to edit the config file to use this plugin, you just run it, bam cleared)


The plugin i think has  been suspened for non activity but here it is... it still works..


then your video should show at the top of the join page.



The Forum post is edited by dave Jul 30
Attachments:
  Cacheextreme.zip (32Kb)
We The People United We Stand

Hey Dave that is what I placed and it didnt work.


However when I cleaned the cache with the plugin you provided that did the trick.


As always you never cease to amaze.


You the man.


Now to center it with<div style="text-align:center;"> Right? lol



The Forum post is edited by We The People United We Stand Jul 30
Chris_W
Chris_W Jul 30

Quote from We The People United We Stand

Hey Chris thats strange because when I go into CPanel and my domain hosting site I get the following, where did you get that?


If I open the site in Chrome, the address bar has a message 'not secure' if you click on it for more info' a window opens with all the info on the certificate.


The Forum post is edited by Chris_W Jul 30
We The People United We Stand

Hey Chris,

When you view the certificate it has three tabs. 

It shows that the entire site is good.


I think the problem is the Fire Logo

It states that Part of the website is not secure images.


If you go here it is secure but when the logo loads it prompts the warning about the picture.

Dont know why.



The Forum post is edited by We The People United We Stand Jul 30
Chris_W
Chris_W Jul 30
Right, some deeper digging shows that some of the content like images that are being loaded from another domain are not being served via https: this is breaking SSL on your page. Make sure all images from outside are from https: sites, or download them to your server and insert them from there.
Chris_W
Chris_W Jul 30
Try adding this near the top of your .htaccess file.


<IfModule mod_headers.c> Header always set Content-Security-Policy "upgrade-insecure-requests;"</IfModule>

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