sempol ayam rasanya juara banget || super enak dan gede gede #shorts

Posted on

Script Youtube

Script Youtube


YouTube is the world’s largest video sharing platform, with billions of hours of video watched each day. As a developer, you may need to incorporate YouTube videos into your projects, and this script will show you how to do just that.

Getting Started

To get started, you’ll need to obtain a YouTube API key. This can be done by creating a Google Cloud Platform project and enabling the YouTube Data API v3. Once you have your API key, you can use the following code to embed a YouTube video:

<iframe width="560" height="315" src="{{VIDEO_ID}}" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>

Replace {{VIDEO_ID}} with the actual video ID, which can be found in the video URL. For example, the video ID in the following URL is “dQw4w9WgXcQ”:

Customizing the Embed

You can customize the appearance of the embed by adding parameters to the URL. Here are some of the most common parameters:

  • autoplay: Set to 1 to autoplay the video when it loads.
  • controls: Set to 0 to hide the playback controls.
  • loop: Set to 1 to loop the video when it ends.
  • start: Set to the number of seconds to start playing the video from a specific point.
  • end: Set to the number of seconds to stop playing the video at a specific point.

Here is an example embed URL that sets autoplay, hides controls, and loops the video:{{VIDEO_ID}}?autoplay=1&controls=0&loop=1


Embedding YouTube videos in your projects is a great way to enhance your content and engage your users. By using the YouTube API and customizing the embed, you can create a seamless and professional user experience. Happy coding!

© 2021 The Scripting Company. All rights reserved.