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    Question Can you do this with YouTube?

    I'm building a website that (potentially) requires me to have several YouTube video's (from the same account) on the site. I know YouTube has an API that allows for a single IFrame to display videos. Is there any way to read a list of links from YouTube, then create multiple boxes (one per video), through YouTube? Or is it just plain a better idea to have all of the video's display in one box?

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    The above was edited. I wasn't sure how to "rephrase the question", except to elaborate a little bit Hope it's good.
    Last edited by Cinder; Mar 12th, 2021 at 07:54 AM.

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    Please reword your question.

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    I think what you would be referring to is a loop. It would involve something more than HTML and CSS.

    If you have some experience with Javascript or PHP, make a list/array of addresses, make a component, then loop through it.
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    Yea I was looking for a way to dynamically loop through a "playlist" on youtube without creating a second interface that my client has to update after updating their youtube playlist. But anyways I think we've settled on just having a single video player that plays all the videos, which youtube supports.


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