Our web developer tutorials will show you how to create, edit and add videos to your website.

  • Video

  • Working with Camtasia Studio 9 and HTML5

    Learn how to output compressed MP4 files with Camtasia Studio 9 and use them with the video attribute in HTML5.

  • Best Practices for Inlining Frames in HTML Pages

    The <iframe> tag is an inline frame that is used to insert an HTML document into another HTML document within a rectangular perimeter inside the page. Learn more about how this is done and what pitfalls to avoid.

  • The Many Uses of the Bootstrap 3 Modal

    Rob Gravelle presents more uses for Modals, specifically a timed alert and video player.

  • 5 Tips for Adding YouTube Videos To Your Website

    Perhaps you've created a video that you want to add to your YouTube, but you don't know how to make sure it works in your website's favor. This tutorial will tell you five tips to get your video noticed by visitors and search engines, and become an asset to your website or business.

  • Using the jQuery TubePlayer Plugin

    While not unduly complicated to work with, creative developers have managed to abstract the YouTube IFrame API to make it even easier to use. Rob Gravelle explores the jQuery YouTube TubePlayer Plugin.

  • Respond to Embedded YouTube Video Events

    There are certain video events that you can respond to such as when the video starts, stops, is paused, or is buffering using the YouTube Video Player API. Rob Gravelle explains how to configure a video to use the API to respond to events.

  • A Guide to YouTube Embedded Video Player Parameters

    In this follow-up to the There's More than One Way to Play Embedded YouTube Videos! article, Rob Gravelle describes some popular YouTube embedded video player parameters and shows their effect on video playback.

  • There's More than One Way to Play Embedded YouTube Videos!

    There are many options that control the appearance and behavior of embedded YouTube videos, beginning with the player. In today's article, Rob Gravelle explores how to select amongst several different video players to customize your embedded YouTube videos.

  • 7 Camtasia Studio Tips for HTML5 Video

    In this article we look at 7 tips to improve your HTML5 video experience with Camtasia Studio and give you video results which will play well across all devices.

  • 10 Mistakes to Avoid When Creating HTML5 Videos

    In this article we look at mistakes made and what not to do when you're coding and building out your HTML5 videos, all of which will slow your video downloads and potentially cost you your online audience.

  • How To View HTML5 Videos on YouTube

    In this article, we will discuss the details of YouTube's use of HTML5, how you can get started with their opt-in HTML5 video trial, and the current limitations of YouTube's HTML5 video.

  • How To Edit YouTube Videos and Add Video Annotations

    In this article we will look at some excellent YouTube resources that you may not be aware of, including an online video editor provided by YouTube. We'll also show you how to add annotations to your YouTube videos (annotations are those little info bubbles we've all seen on YouTube videos).

  • How To Add a YouTube Video to Your Web Site

    Embedding a video from YouTube in your website is quite simple these days. In this tutorial we'll show you how to do it, and how to use the more advanced embedding features that YouTube now provides to web developers. Updated with YouTube's new iframe embedding functionality.

  • One Video URL to Rule Them All

    HTML5 is changing the landscape on how video is presented on web pages. New formats, codecs, screen sizes, devices and browsers are being developed on a continuous basis. What’s one to do? Enter Vid.ly, which provides a universal video URL.

  • Web Developer Basics: The HTML5 Video Element

    This article begins a "mini-series" of our in-depth coverage of important new elements in HTML5 to help you create media-rich pages that will work in any compliant browser. In this session we introduce the Video element!

  • Editing Your Video: YouTube Video Editor to the Rescue

    You've created your own video, and have uploaded it to YouTube, only to realize that you still have some editing to do. This tutorial will show you how to use the YouTube Video Editor to save your day!

  • HTML 5 Tutorial for Web Developers: The Video Element

    The HTML 5 specification is from being an official specification. That said, the W3C has just released an overview of the vocabulary and associated APIs for HTML and XHTML, and we'll bring you the details of the <video> element in this article for web developers.

  • WebM VP8 Video Codec Won't End Theora

    As Web browser vendors embrace Google's new open source codec contribution, what does that mean for Theora?

  • Web Developer Class: Embedding a Flash player in Your Web Site

    HTML5 may be the latest rage, but Flash is still king. This tutorial will show you how to embed a Flash player in your web site using the Flowplayer Flash player.

  • Using Amazon Web Services to Host Your Video

    In my last article, How to Embed Video Into Your Web Site, I left off with how to use Amazon Web Services (AWS) as a means to host and distribute your video. This tutorial discusses AWS and how you can get your video online using the service.

  • Web Developer 101: Embedding Video into Your Web Site

    Video is an integral part of our lives, and its use online is pervasive. At some point every web developer wants to add some video to their site. This tutorial will show you how to do just that--now let's add some video to your site!

  • Web Developer Class: Getting Your Video On The Web

    Many sites you visit have videos covering everything from how to properly tie a knot to, well, how to make a video. This tutorial for web developers will get you started and tell you how you can get your own video online.

  • Video: Cleaning Up Your Web Site Code with MS Expression Web

    Video author Garry Robinson shows us how to use Microsoft Expression Web to clean up your messy HTML code with ease!

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