I go to my admin panel, kill the old entrys for youtube code and import the tags.php from V7.7.1 install directory. I edit the name and order, activate each entry. After this I went to the rebuilder and start rebuilding of my 110.000 postings. After this I end not executed code in a posting and just see
. This happen to all 5 video codes. I clear the cache and try new test postings but still no success. The code is not executed. I see a new custom_tag_cache.php after clearing the cache, this contains all 5 codes.
Now, what else I can do? I like to have back my Youtbe Videos
/update: If I take a look to my old mysql backups I see in table ubbt_BBCODE the BBCODE_ID 12 and 10 for my two old entrys. Now, after importing the new tags is 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 ... starting with 2 not with 1. Is this correct?
/update 2 ahhhh, the new youtube tag need the full url, the old tag only the ID .... so I have to create a old and new youtube tag to bring back the old ID only videos ... I will try
/update 3 Fixed
Last edited by Zarzal; 02/06/1906:25 PM. Reason: more infos
As a part of the UBB.threads v7.6.0 mobile update (See the Progress Report from 2016.12.04) the regex coding on all of the default tags were cleaned up and enhanced; in the YouTube tag for example we can now match URLs vs URLs in previous editions of the tag; the caveat however is that the tag no longer allows one to just quote the id, it must be a full URL.
Gizmo, thankls, I found It right now. I don't read the text that show up while enter the ID/Url After I read my own text hints I found the same solution and create an entry for the old style code too. Works.
It's good information in the right place, thanks. For my forum I let the old code in too but uncheck the visibility so users only have the new code in the editor drop down. I change the ubb tag a litte bit so both codes work. Solved.
Do you ever try to bring videmo videos to work? It seems that the code is accepted (I dont see a printed code tag) but nothing happen. The viedeo dont come up.
Thanks We'll have to revisit/update the tag again.
The code in the UBBDev post also doesn't appear to have a .video-container tag on it. Meaning that its not mobile friendly.
Though to be honest, I havent had a single user embed (or request to embed) a Vemeo video on any of my sites. But there are a small few who link directly to the videos. I guess compared to YouTube, Vemeo provides a better entry experience for their visitors -- comments that contribute and are actually worth reading.
It doesn't help that their site isn't the easiest to navigate, or every time I try to sign up for an account it stresses that it can't continue because for some reason I'm identified as a malicious user even though I don't even use their product...