No YouTube with Firefox

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  • #214055

    steeveetee
    Member

    Hi! Can anyone help? I’ve embedded a YouTube clip onto my ‘Blog’ page on http://unionwharf.wordpress.com site but it only shows in Safari and not on Firefox- on Mac. Any thoughts? Would it make any difference that we have got a domain (www.unionwharfN1.com) that re-routes the site?

    #214266

    cornell
    Member

    Can you give a link to the specific post that has the video embedded in it? I can only see one post and that’s the Welcome on the front page.

    Ta!

    #214267

    cornell
    Member

    EDIT: This one?

    http://unionwharf.wordpress.com/2008/04/09/livework/

    I see the video using FF on XP.

    #214268

    rosclarke
    Member

    Me too – Firefox and Vista.

    #214271

    steeveetee
    Member

    Yes, thanks for your comments, guys: that’s good to know. I’m waiting for someone to come back to me with Firefox on a Mac. That’s what seems to be the only problem. It doesn’t seem to work on Firefox on a Mac and I wondered if anyone had any thoughts… :)

    #214275

    fromtheleft
    Member

    I haven’t had any problems uploading YouTube videos to my blog with Firefox. Now, one thing I’ve encountered recently is a delay of sometimes several hours for the video to appear.

    I have no idea what causes this to happen.

    #214282

    steeveetee
    Member

    Thanks for suggesting that possibility. It’s not that. My wife has now got the YouTube link on Firefox on her Mac but it’s still not on mine. However, she’s got a different Theme or Skin on her Firefox. I’m wondering if it’s something to do with that… : (

    Any more thoughts anyone?

    #214283

    gamehq
    Member

    I see the video using Firefox/2.0.0.13 with XP

    #214354

    raincoaster
    Member

    Try clearing your browser cache and cookies. YouTubes sometimes seem to get blocked if your cache is too full. No idea why.

    #214390

    steeveetee
    Member

    Hi raincoaster

    Thanks for the tip. Clearing the browser cache did it! Brilliant!

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