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Posting URLs on youtube (How-to)

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by laziestnoob, Jun 18, 2011.

  1. laziestnoob

    laziestnoob Regular Member

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    ok guys i get a lot of people messaging me and complain about their comments getting blocked. honestly i just wish people could think outside the box a little because the solutions are so simple.


    http://yoursitehere.com/whatever

    that URL will get blocked for the "HTTP:" and the "/"
    so lets see... remove the http:?

    yoursitehere.com/whatever

    now your blocked for the "/"... so change it. use a "\"

    bam.. yoursitehere.com\whatever works on youtube and copy n paste it to url and it auto corrects the \ into a / so they're the exact same.



    instead of begging and asking for help. just think a little. its only as hard you try to make it.
     
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  2. laziestnoob

    laziestnoob Regular Member

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    its also less messy compared to the entire www(DOT)whatever(DOT)c0m. users dont have to change anything.

    also you can just do this....

    ht
    tp:\
    \yoursitehere.
    com

    so what they highlight and copy/past it comes out as

    http:\\yoursitehere.com
     
  3. KraftyKyle

    KraftyKyle Jr. Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Had to thank for my 100th thank. Hah. But yea that's what I use. Seems to work wonders for me.
     
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    Baraba Regular Member

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    Why not use url shortener like goo.gl?
     
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    onthegoaudio1 Regular Member

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    Url shorterner also will not work.
     
  6. laziestnoob

    laziestnoob Regular Member

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    URL shortner is same deal. unless its like .tk or .co.cc where it doesnt include a "/" then its going to get same issues. and every url has http:....

    this is really all you need to know unless you start getting into special keyboard characters..