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  1. Turn video controls on/off

    UPDATE: Oh, gee! Never mind. I'm just blind. I needed doh == true, not doh=true. My page loads a video file. I desire a button that turns the video controls on and off. For the life of me, I can't figure out what I'm doing wrong in the code below. The var "doh" correctly identifies whether the video controls are on (true) or off (false). However, the IF statement always evaluates as if "doh" is TRUE. What in the heck is wrong with my IF statement? Thanks, Andrew document.getElementById("showControls").addEventListener("click", function (evt) { var doh = video.controls; alert(doh); if (doh = true) { alert("in if doh=true clause"); video.controls = false; evt.target.innerHTML = "<img alt='Show' />" } else { alert("in if doh=false clause"); video.controls = true; evt.target.innerHTML = "<img alt='Hide' />" } }, false);
  2. I currently have a tool that is an HTML page employing JavaScript to review video. It has the required features shown in the bullets below. It operates as designed, but only works with files on a local drive. I'd like to expand it's functionality to allow remote users to work with video files served up from a home based NAS or personal cloud type device. I don't know whether it's best to stream the video or have the page use a progressive download. I don't know what specific type of device would be best to use for serving up the video. (I currently have 50/50 fiber to the premises, but can upgrade to 100/100 or even 1000/1000, if needed.) Right now, I'm just trying to determine what's possible, the best method for accomplishing my goals, and the preferred type of device for serving up the video. Here are the features possessed by the current tool that will be required with the enhanced functionality. Display video within a browser window Support, at minimum, MOV and MP4 formats Controls: Play/Pause Mute/Unmute Playback speed Playback position (both know the current playback position of the video and be able to enter a value in a field, press a button, and be taken directly to that point in the video) Video display size Any help on getting me started in the right direction will be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Andrew
  3. SUGGESTION for <video controls>

    SUGGESTION. I don't know who to turn to to suggest this. You are just a school, I know - not the organizational body that determines HTML. Yet, perhaps you can direct me to the proper channel or pass on this request. My page has a black background and I have video controls <video controls> on it, which show up as white rectangles with black control icons. UGLY. It does not blend into the page. It would be nice if I could control the appearance of the controls, say reverse them out -- black background (which would blend into my background) with white control icons. Alternatively, it'd be nice to be able to use one's own control icons as graphics. With such an option one could have any color background, even patterned. I am writing the script longhand with BBEdit, and doing my initial viewing/testing with Chrome.
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