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A customer has several Youtube videos that are embedded to play on the website. When they finish, the show that "Related Videos" thing.

I was given this as a link to how to do it:

http://illuminea.com/remove-related-videos-from-end-of-embedded-youtube-video/

I went there & did what it says, but there is no "Update" capability. It seems obvious to me that I need the YouTube login to be able to make that change; otherwise ANYONE could do that

Or is there some other trick; I see no login capability when I go to YouTube.

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Question by:Richard Korts
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by:Richard Korts
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I found I had the login, but it's no different, I had unchecked the checkbox for "Show related Videos" (it is UNCHECKED after logging in), related videos still show at the end.

What's the trick?
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by:Jason C. Levine
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You have to edit the embed code on the site to add ?rel=0 to the end of the url.  If you are making the change on the YouTube site, that does nothing to the code already embedded on the other site.
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by:Richard Korts
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Jason C. Levine earned 500 total points
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Yes.

When you mess with the checkboxes on the YouTube side, you change the embed code it produces but it doesn't affect code already pasted on other sites.
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by:Dave Baldwin
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Once again, old Jason is right.  Will he ever stop??
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by:Jason C. Levine
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Dave, Dave, Dave.  

You still haven't figured out my secret to always being right.
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by:Dave Baldwin
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Actually I do know.  You look things up before you open your mouth.  I've told others about this but they don't seem to believe me.
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