I have a FOLDER that contains 2 identical video files, the 2nd video is there only to illustrate in this post what I wish to accomplish.
The video files are WEBM, which I learned tonight that GeoIP data cannot be added to, unlike images & MP4 files.
At the end of the description for the 1st video, I created a "label" that I called "Map":
And at the end of the description for the 2nd video, I created a "button" that I also called "Map":
<span class="label map">Map</span>
At present, the map label that I created for the 1st video is just that, a label, and therefore it is not clickable. And although the map button that I created for the 2nd video is clickable, I have not figured out how or where to add the GeoIP data (lat & long).
<span class="button map">Map</span>
Ideally, I would prefer to use the label at the end of the 1st video's description, as it's the same height as all the other labels on that line. But if that is not possible, I am willing to use the larger (regular-size) map button at the bottom of the 2nd video's description.
I tried adding the GeoIP data to the Parameter fields (i.e. geo=32.29867742319451,-64.7609087847006), but that field seems to be only for panoramas, which of course these videos are not.
I also tried the code for Google Maps as shown HERE on your demo site, but of course that seems to work only when used in Settings | Content.
Now, my question is:
- Is there any way that I can add the GeoIP data (lat & long) to the map "label" that I created for the 1st video, and have it clickable? If not,
- Likewise, is there any way that I can add the GeoIP data (lat & long) to the map "button" that I created for the 2nd video?
Thank you in advance & have yourself a great day.