Node.js Embeds Languages: English • Français • Hrvatski • Italiano • 日本語 Nederlands • Português do Brasil • Русский • 中文(简体) • 한국어 • (Add your language) It's super easy to embed videos, images, tweets, audio, and other content into your WordPress site. This feature was added in WordPress 2.9  Usage To embed a video or another object into a post or page, place its URL into the content area. For example: Check out this cool video: WordPress will automatically turn the URL into a YouTube embed and provide a live preview in the visual editor. Another option is to wrap the URL in the [embed] Shortcode. [embed width="123" height="456"] If WordPress fails to embed the URL, the post will contain a hyperlink to the URL. oEmbed The easy embedding feature is mostly powered by oEmbed, a protocol for site A (such as your blog) to ask site B (such as YouTube) for the HTML needed to embed content from site B. Does This Work With Any URL? No, not by default. Notes
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Visual formatting model 9.1 Introduction to the visual formatting model This chapter and the next describe the visual formatting model: how user agents process the document tree for visual media. In the visual formatting model, each element in the document tree generates zero or more boxes according to the box model. The layout of these boxes is governed by: box dimensions and type. positioning scheme (normal flow, float, and absolute positioning). relationships between elements in the document tree.external information (e.g., viewport size, intrinsic dimensions of images, etc.). The properties defined in this chapter and the next apply to both continuous media and paged media. The visual formatting model does not specify all aspects of formatting (e.g., it does not specify a letter-spacing algorithm). 9.1.1 The viewport User agents for continuous media generally offer users a viewport (a window or other viewing area on the screen) through which users consult a document. 9.1.2 Containing blocks containing block . <! An
Attribute selectors SummaryEdit Attribute selectors select an element using the presence of a given attribute or attribute value. [attr] Represents an element with an attribute name of attr. [attr=value] Represents an element with an attribute name of attr and whose value is exactly "value". [attr~=value] Represents an element with an attribute name of attr whose value is a whitespace-separated list of words, one of which is exactly "value". [attr|=value] Represents an element with an attribute name of attr. [attr^=value] Represents an element with an attribute name of attr and whose first value is prefixed by "value". [attr$=value] Represents an element with an attribute name of attr and whose last value is suffixed by "value". [attr*=value] Represents an element with an attribute name of attr and whose value contains at least one occurrence of string "value" as substring. [attr operator value i] ExampleEdit SpecificationsEdit Browser compatibilityEdit See alsoEdit Document Tags and Contributors Thanks!