By inserting a link to a video on any of several video hosting sites, you can create a window that lets visitors to view the video on your webpage.
- You cannot embed a video that is located on your hard disk. To embed a video that you own, you must first upload it to a video hosting site such as Bing Video.
- Recognize that you might have to have permission to use some media content and images. Content such as music, photos, and video might have copyright protection. In addition, people whose images appear in content might have a right to control the use of that image. It is illegal to share other people’s content unless you own the rights or have permission from the owner.
- The content and procedures in this article apply only to public-facing websites.
Embed a video
When you embed a video in your webpage, the video window is added in line with the existing content.
- On the video hosting site, browse to the video that you want to use. Then, copy the embedded video link that the site provides.
- Open the website in your browser, and then click Member Login on the home page.
- On the top-navigation bar in the website, click Website.
- In the website, click Web Pages on the Quick Launch.
- Click the Pages tab on the ribbon.
- Select the check box next to the webpage in which you want to embed the video, and then click Edit.
- Click to locate your cursor where you want to add the video.
- On the Insert tab, in the Gadgets group, click Video.
- In the Video dialog box, paste the embedded video link of the video that you want to add.
- In the dialog box, verify that the video displays correctly by clicking Preview.
- Click OK.
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