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xF1 Adding BB Code Media Sites Using oEmbed

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MR. ROBOT submitted a new resource:

- How to add oEmbed (using Twitter as an example)

What is oEmbed? Many websites that allow you to embed content also use something called oEmbed. Most of the time (such as YouTube) its not needed, since most websites have a consistent embed code based on iFrames or object/embed codes.

However, sometimes the item you want to embed doesn't have such a thing, and instead has text content. When embedding text content, there usually isn't a constant embed code. So instead of being able to just take the ID of content and embedding the code; you...
 
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