I have a bunch of blog posts with embedded html
<video> tags, like this:
<video width="640" height="360" controls autoplay loop muted> <source src="https://images.rtijn.org/x100f-modes.m4v" type="video/mp4"> Your browser does not support the video tag. </video>
AFAIK markdown does not have a native way to display video inline (although some markdown processors seem to support video in
!(). I would love it if inline video were supported.
We definitely want to support embedding videos. We use goldmark under the hood for markdown rendering so we could look into https://github.com/13rac1/goldmark-embed
I'd like also support video embeds from other places besides youtube so we might need to extend that project.
Sometimes I embed iframes—in particular, from kinopio, like this:
<div class="kinopio-embed" style="height: 420px; width: 100%;"> <iframe src="https://kinopio.club/embed/?spaceId=DECfJmIQTgIdAsLl7R4uZ&zoom=100" style="height: 100%; width: 100%; border: 0; border-radius: 5px;"> </iframe> </div>
Could that be supported?
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