How to Easily Embed Videos in WordPress Blog Posts

Do you want to embed videos in your WordPress blog posts? WordPress has tools to make embedding your videos from hosting sites super easy. In this guide, we’ll show you how to easily embed videos in your WordPress blog posts,…

How to Easily Embed Videos in WordPress Blog Posts

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Do you want to embed videos in your WordPress blog posts? WordPress has tools to make embedding your videos from hosting sites super easy. In this guide, we’ll show you how to easily embed videos in your WordPress blog posts, pages, and widgets.

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For most embeds, you should be able to visit the page with the video you are wanting to embed and copy the URL for that page. Go to the post or page where you want the video embedded and paste the URL in a block there. WordPress should automate the embed and show the video for you. If you are using the classic editor on your site then you can use the same process of pasting the URL into your editor to create the embed.

If you would like to add the video in a widget for your site, we would recommend adding a text widget to your site and pasting the video URL there. WordPress should use that URL and automatically generate the embed for you to appear in the widget area on your site.

To help make the video experience better there are a few plugins available to help improve the user experience, the first is Smash Balloon YouTube Feed found at the link below:

https://smashballoon.com/youtube-feed/

It has tools for automatically embedding your YouTube channel videos in a customizable gallery format. With the plugin installed and activated you would want to connect to your YouTube account in the settings for the plugin and add the Feeds for YouTube block in the post/page you want it to appear.

For improving the speed of your site, we would recommend installing and activating the Lazy Load for Videos plugin.

https://wordpress.org/plugins/lazy-load-for-videos/

With the plugin installed and activated, it will now use a placeholder image to have your videos display until the user attempts to view the video to save load time on your pages.

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