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How to Add Self Hosted Videos to Your Site – Part 2 – Upload Videos to Your Site

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This is part 2 of an updated and expanded version of an earlier lesson on using the FV WordPress Flowplayer plugin to host your own videos. Now that we’ve installed the plugin we learn how to upload videos to our site so that they are accessible to the plugin. And what we’re going to do

How to Add Self Hosted Videos to Your Site – Part 8 Add a Video to the Sidebar

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This is Part 8 of the series on How to Add Self Hosted Videos to Your Site and in this session we discuss how to add a video to the sidebar. We show how to generate a shortcode for the video using your WordPress post editor and then grab and insert the code into a

How to Add Self Hosted Videos to Your Site – Part 7 Add HTML to the Video

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This is Part 7 of How to Add Self Hosted Videos to Your Site series and in this session we talk about how to add HTML to the video. We show how to add a splash image using an HTML code generated from the WordPress post editor. And now, we’re going to talk about… we’re

How to Add Self Hosted Videos to Your Site – Part 4 – Why Not Use the Media Library Instead of FTP?

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This is part 4 of an updated and expanded version of an earlier lesson on using the FV WordPress Flowplayer plugin to host your own videos. In this part of the lesson I explain why I suggest using FTP to upload your videos rather than using the Media Library. Let’s check in on this, make

How to Add Self Hosted Videos to Your Site

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Learn how to host your own videos on your site using the FV WordPress Flowplayer plugin. We’ll show you how to upload videos to your site, configure the plugin, add a video to a post or page, and how to add a video to the sidebar. These videos are available to the public.

How to Add Self Hosted Videos to Your Site – Part 3 – Configure the FV WordPress Flowplayer Plugin

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This is part 3 of an updated and expanded version of an earlier lesson on using the FV WordPress Flowplayer plugin to host your own videos. Now that we’ve installed the plugin and uploaded videos we learn how to configure the plugin to play those videos. So we have this range of settings. The first

How to Add Self Hosted Videos to Your Site – Part 5 – Add a Video to a Post or Page

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This is part 5 of an updated and expanded version of an earlier lesson on using the FV WordPress Flowplayer plugin to host your own videos. In this part of the lesson we add a video to a post or page. Okay so now I’ve got the video in our hosting account ready to host

How to Add Self Hosted Videos to Your Site – Part 6 – Add a Splash Screen to the Video

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This is part 6 of an updated and expanded version of an earlier lesson on using the FV WordPress Flowplayer plugin to host your own videos.  In this part of the lesson we demonstrate how to add a splash screen to a video. Let’s add a Splash image here. Now Splash image is like the