It took a lot of time for WP YouTube Lyte to get there, but we finally got to 20 000 active installs, and to celebrate that occasion I release a long overdue update (1.7.6), with the following improvements; extra parameters for shortcode (start, showinfo, stepsize and hqthumb). also turn youtube-nocookie.com iframes into LYTE’s as proposed […]
It took me way too long (Autoptimize and related stuff is great fun, but it is eating a lot of time), but I just pushed out an update to my first ever plugin; WP YouTube Lyte. From the changelog: new: support for Gutenberg blocks with embedded YouTube (tested with Gutenberg plugin version 2.3.0) updated admin […]
WP YouTube Lyte 1.6.4 was released a couple of hours ago and features the new YouTube player look and feel: Vieux Farka Touré & Julia Easterlin – Little Things (Music Video)Watch this video on YouTube. Here are some tips on how you can tweak that to match your own preferences; As you can see in […]
Webucator, creator of online and onsite training classes, just released this video about the installation and use of WP YouTube Lyte: WordPress YouTube Lyte PluginWatch this video on YouTube.
WP YouTube Lyte stores data it fetched from YouTube’s API in WordPress’s add_post_meta, thus avoiding to have to contact YouTube for subsequent requests. You can clear the entire cache by ticking that option on Lyte’s settings-page, but maybe you want to only remove the cache for one specific post or even fix a problem with […]
I just released WP YouTube Lyte 1.6, featuring the following changes: allow WP YouTube Lyte to use YouTube API v3, which requires authentication (while keeping API v2 with anonymous access in place) updated player UI by Draikin, great job! support for non-default plugins dirs Added Slovenian translation by [Mitja Mihelič or arnes.si](http://arnes.si) and updated Dutch […]
As I wrote a couple of weeks ago, YouTube is shutting down their old v2 API, forcing WP YouTube Lyte to swith to v3. The main change; users will have to get an API key from Google and provide that in the Lyte settings page. Initial development & testing has been done (this blog switched […]