You can not upload video directly to your site however you can add video from Video sharing sites to any page of your website using the Rich Text Editors.
This function has been disabled for some Title fields that already link to other pages. (eg. Gallery titles link to a gallery page).
Your first step will be to setup an account with a Video sharing site. Two of the most popular sites are Vimeo and YouTube. Click the logos below to vist their sites.
Once you have opened an account and uploaded some video, you will be provided with some embedded code to use on your website.
You can add video from Video sharing sites (like YouTube and Vimeo) to any page of your website using the Rich Text Editors. This function has been disabled for some Title fields that already link to other pages. (eg. Gallery titles link to a gallery page).
STEP 1. Copy the embed code from the video sharing website hosting your video. - click here for Vimeo instructions - click here YouTube instructions
STEP 2. Click the "insert/edit embedded media" button in the Rich Text Editor.
STEP 3. Click the "Source" tab in the pop up window.
STEP 4. Paste the embed code (from STEP 1) into the window.
STEP 5. Click the "Insert" button. N.B. Your embedded video will not display in the Rich Text Editor and will be seen as a yellow box (see below). Preview your website to check that you video has uploaded and displayed as you intended.
STEP 6. Don't forget to Click the "Update" button at the bottom of the page to save changes.
To copy the embed Code from Vimeo:
Step 1.Navigate to the video on Vimeo and click the Embed Icon which will appear after you click the video.
Step 2.Customise the Embed options.
- if you want to use the video on your homepage set the width to 800 pixels
- if using video else where on your site set the width to a minimum 400 pixels
Step 3.Copy the embed Code paste into your artHIVES website using these
Video Embedding Instructions.
Thanks to Heinz Riegler for letting us use his video for this instruction page.
'Motion Portrait #1' was the
Winner for Best Short Film / Audiovisual Work at M.I.C.A TonBild 2011, Vienna Austria.