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Well this is not exactly a WordPress problem / solution. First you have to either get the video id from the video_site_url post meta or save the YouTube video id in it's own post meta field, maybe youtube_video_id. Next you can get the thumbnail using one of these url http://img.youtube.com/vi/<insert-youtube-video-id-here>/0.jpg ...


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This might help. On the YouTube video page, choose Share, then choose Embed, then choose Show More. Remove checks in boxes for "Show Player controls" and "Show Video Title and Player Actions." Choose largest given width size or custom size that is equal to or slightly greater than your div container width. Copy the code. Paste the code into your post, ...


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Google Plus uses a good system, but the limitation for my purposes is that it doesn't play well with responsive formatting (e.g., 100% width). Still, the code works well and if, like G+, one uses a set of image sizes and columns based on browser width, then it can do the job. Here are two sources that do this: ...



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