Which doesn’t actually explicitly say what <channel, video, or collection> should become. So my guess was, just put the channel name there–which worked when I originally added the embed. Looks like they have examples further down, but ideally the actual spec should define this.
So now it works for https, but still just gives me the gray embed saying it wouldn’t load, for http. Could you help me with how I would go about fixing that? (I tried just using // for the iframe instead of https://, but have the same problem.)
|`src`|string|The iframe `src` URL string should be https://player.twitch.tv/ with one of these required query string parameters:
* `channel` – (string) Name of the channel, for a live stream.
* `video` – (string) Video ID (for past broadcasts, highlights, and video uploads). In this context (the video player), the video ID must have a “v” prefix.
* `collection` - (string) Collection ID, for a collection of videos.
If both `video` and `collection` are specified, the specified collection starts playing from the specified video. If the video is not in the collection, `collection` is ignored and the specified video is played.
If `channel` is specified along with `video` and/or `collection` , only `channel` is used.|
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Could be clearer but the examples cover the three variations