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#147

Hi Chris, I just finished the Mozilla Splash Page Assessment. I discovered the video I embedded from YouTube doesn’t play (disabled) anytime I use the sandbox attribute on the <iframe> element.

However, if I removed the sandbox attribute, it would play. I even tried using the allow-scripts value on the attribute; it still didn’t work.


(Chris Mills) #148

It is probably something to do with the YouTube API not allowing its usage, for various reasons. I don’t know exactly why - something to do with security, and Google’s wish to regulate how the content is manipulated.


(MMahendra001) #149

So I am learning here that solving the problems is the part of the creative work as a web developer or any occupation related to this world of internet where people Explore, Learn, Apply, Create and Contribute. Great !


(Chris Mills) #150

Hey there! Glad to hear that we are helping you to learn. Please let us know if you have any questions.