Hiding the ability to fast forward a video

To hide the ability to fast forward and rewind a video, you need to edit the Custom CSS section. First thing you’d do is select your skin and style as normal, adjust the colors and so forth. Once you are done with that, open up the Custom CSS section. Add the following line into the …
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Test if your YouTube videos will work with Empora

I have noticed that users have been attempting to use videos that simply won’t work. I have seen users trying to use live videos, or private videos. Some have even tried loading playlists or URLs that are not even from YouTube. So I decided to write about the quickest way to know if the video …
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How to embed Empora Player into WordPress

WordPress is probably the most common tool in the world to create websites and blogs, so here are some instructions on embedding the player into your blog or page. There are actually multiple ways to add Custom HTML to your blog. I’ll go through a couple of them. First thing you need to do is …
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Adding Multiple Empora Players to a single Mobile Page

A few days ago, I was asked why there was a lot of whitespace between videos when they pasted the HTML code onto their website. I had a look and saw that there wasn’t any whitespace until it was explained that the website was a mobile website. So I loaded Empora.com on a mobile site …
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Member Only Videos? No problem

One of the greatest advantages of Empora is the ability to display member only videos on your website with your choice of player and branding. You may be selling an educational video series to paying members or maybe you have created an awesome “Game of Thrones”-esque fantasy series that you only want paying subscribers to …
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