And in my case, once mastered, easily practiced, and then easily forgotten.:Yes, never go beyond an "&" or a "=" or a "?" in a You Tube ID. It sounds complicated but isn't really. As my dear sister-in-Christ and fellow mod says, It is an art. But one easily mastered; and, once mastered, it is easily practiced.
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[YOU TUBE VIDEO]M4xAADNflTU[/YOU TUBE VIDEO]
[YOU TUBE VIDEO]?v=XbdeQKLWMh8&feature=results_video&playnext=1&list=PLACB2B5EDB059DC55[/YOU TUBE VIDEO]Posting a YouTube video is an art that takes practice. :
See that red microscope-looking thing above when you get a reply screen? Click that or type [YOU TUBE VIDEO and /YOU TUBE VIDEO], but fill in both sets of brackets. (If I did that here it would show as a blank video as it wouldn't recognize a video but the bracketed words would give it its form, if that makes sense.)
In between, put only this from the URL of that video: 6LMb-xCDuck The sequence to be copied will always be after the = and before the rest of the URL.
Doing that, here's the video -
[YOU TUBE VIDEO]6LMb-xCDuck[/YOU TUBE VIDEO]