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Old 30th June 2014, 04:58 PM   #1
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Default Style your own video player and add a playlist

I was hoping to to be able to post this tutorial today but unfortunately time has overtaken me. It will now appear on Fullypixel during the next few days.

This will be a two part tutorial for video:

1. Style your video player using Webplus buttons, and add a playlist using Webplus buttons/text frames/your images.

2. Use the standard HTML5 video tags and add a playlist using Webplus buttons/text frames/your images.

I may also put together a third tutorial for onclick text change and style change for the buttons which can also be used in any Webplus X7 application.

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Thanks, Joe. Looking forward to seeing your tutorial(s).

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I'll echo Alfred, can't wait to see the tutorial Joe, looking good
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Thanks guys.

I'm still tweeking and wondering if to add fullscreen as a css function for IE 9 and 10 because MS didn't include a fullscreen API until IE11. Typical IE.

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