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    Hi Folks

    I'm currently designing a new web site for a client in France and I'm basing this on a JoomlArt template (as per her wishes).

    Everything is coming together nicely ... except ... one module that embeds YouTube videos into a tab and clicking on the thumbnail opens them to full size in a floating window.

    This is the code I'm supposed to use:

    Code:
    {japopup type="youtube" content="http://www.youtube.com/v/cdphzxz64BY?hl=en&amp;fs=1" width="640" height="380" title="Political Roast : Obama Emanuel 2005"}<img src="http://img.youtube.com/vi/cdphzxz64BY/2.jpg" alt="Political Roast : Obama Emanuel 2005" border="0" />{/japopup}
    Finding the content URL is no problem, but does anybody know how to find the associated image?

    Probably something real easy and I'm just being dumb again!

    Any assistance greatly appreciated.

    Thanks
    Chris

  • #2
    Only the last part made any sense to me. Look at your URLs:

    http://www.youtube.com/v/cdphzxz64BY?hl=en&amp;fs=1
    http://img.youtube.com/vi/cdphzxz64BY/2.jpg

    And tell me what they both have in common.
    Swedish Meatball Pornography

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    • #3
      Spot on! Thanks vanishdesign, just tried it on another vid and it works by inputting the jpeg reference manually with same ref no!

      Cheers
      Chris

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