Display customizable YouTube channel feeds on your website. Feed YouTube channel content automatically to your website in a powerful and customizable gallery.
YOUTUBE FEED FEATURES
- Completely Customizable YouTube feeds – by default inherits your theme’s styles
- Completely responsive and mobile optimized – your feeds look great on any screen size
- Light and low overhead – minimal bloat and optimized requests to YouTube
- Multiple layouts – display videos from any YouTube channel in a list, gallery, or grid layout
- Multiple feeds from different YouTube channels on multiple pages or widgets
- Lightning fast – post caching and minimized YouTube API requests means that your feed loads lightning fast
- Infinitely load more of your videos with the ‘Load More’ button
- Built-in easy to use YouTube Feed Widget
- Fully internationalized and translatable into any language
- Includes a header at the top of your feed
- Increase social engagement between you and your subscribers
- Save time by using the plugin to generate dynamic, search engine crawlable content on your website
- Get more subscribers by displaying your videos directly on your site
- Display your channel content your way to perfectly match your website’s style
- The plugin is updated regularly with new features, bug-fixes and API changes
- Support is quick, effective, and always happy to help
- We’re dedicated to providing the most customizable, robust and well supported YouTube gallery plugin in the world!
HOW TO USE THE “FEEDS FOR YOUTUBE” PLUGIN
One of our main priorities has always been to make the plugins as easy as possible to setup and use. Once you’ve installed the “Feeds for YouTube” plugin there are only a few steps to get up and running:
- 1) Click the “Log in to YouTube and connect an account” button on the “Feeds for YouTube” plugin settings page. This will prompt you to log into your Google account to authorize the plugin.
- 2) Once you’ve connected your account, save the plugin settings.
- 3) Then simply copy and paste the
[youtube-feed]shortcode onto any page, post, or widget where you want your feed to be displayed.
That’s it! You can then customize the feed as needed using the settings on the plugin “Customize” page.