The plugin allows you to upload your videos on YouTube from your website and embed YouTube videos to your website.
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How to Install YouTubeR by Maxio lab. Plugin, Manually
- Upload “mxyoutuber” folder to the “/wp-content/plugins/” directory of your website;
- Activate the plugin through the “Plugins” menu in WordPress;
- That’s it.
After installation you need to set the Google API keys:
First of all, go to Settings > YouTubeR.
To use this plugin, you need a valid Google API keys. You can get them with a Google account on Google Developers Console.
The Google API is free with a limit, but for a normal use you don’t have to worry at all, currently, for the YouTube API data the limit is of 50,000,000 units/day.
On the Google Developers Console site, click on the Create project button, set any name for it and wait until it’s created.
First we need to enable the YouTube Data API so go to APIs & auth > APIs, click on the YouTube Data API and on the Enable API button.
Then go to APIs & auth > Credentials.
Here wee need 2 diferent keys: Browser key and Web application Client ID.
- Obtaining a Browser key
Click on the Add credentials button.
In the modal choose the API key option, then click Browser key button.
This step is optional, you can set on the HTTP referrers field all the domains you want the API to accept queries from, for example like this: .example.com/ for the example.com domain.
In some cases we’ve found Google will throw an error from the domain even it is correct, in that cases we suggest you to leave the refer field empty to allow from any domain. The API key won’t be public anytime in your WordPress so you don’t have to worry at all.
Ok, after all, click on the Create button, your API key will be right there.
Copy the API key from the Google Developers Console and paste it in the YouTubeR settings page on your WordPress site and save changes.
- Obtaining a Web application Client ID
Click on the Add credentials button and choose OAuth 2.0 client ID option.
This step is optional, click the Configure consent screen. If you don’t have this button, then you have already configured “consent screen”. Fill in the required fields and press save and you’re done configuring consent screen.
Choose Web application and fill in the name of your application (it can be whatever you want).
Click “Create” button and you will see your client ID.
You guessed it! Copy the client ID from the Google Developers Console and paste it in the YouTubeR settings page on your WordPress site and save changes.
Perfect! You’re done! Now you can start with the shortcode.
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