Hi. That embed has the chat, those work.
Embeds without chat stopped working a few weeks ago (first they’d not work only when I am not streaming, but they’d work when I am live, now they don’t work either way). I used to have my video only on my sidebar, but that stopped working sadly.
Today I tried to embed this code on a page:
<iframe src="https://player.twitch.tv/?video=761520024&time=0h5m58s&parent=thesimarchitect.com" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen="true" scrolling="no" height="720" width="1280"></iframe>
But it keeps loading. If I remove the domain or do something silly like adding www I get the expected results (error from Twitch due to the lack of the parent param or the sad face that shows that I used the wrong domain).
You can see the test page here: https://thesimarchitect.com/testing-twitch-2020-10-05/
And the page with my regular stream page including chat looks normal, but I still want my embed on the sidebar of my entire website showing my video stream only (it was working until a month ago), so visitors know when I am streaming and they can join if they like what they see. Plus I don’t want to just send/lose my traffic to Twitch whenever there’s something from their site I can feature on mine as an embed. I prefer them watching the embed on my own site, for obvious reasons.
This is the page with the embed that works (which includes chat): https://thesimarchitect.com/livestream/
Embedding chat only also works. The only one that does not finish loading is the video only (with or without autoplay & mute).
Just in case you’re curious, I was using this on my sidebar to embed my own stream, without any issue, but it stopped working a few weeks ago, specially when my stream is off line:
<h3 style="margin: 0;">Sim Architect on Twitch</h3><iframe src="https://player.twitch.tv/?channel=TheSimArchitect&parent=thesimarchitect.com" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen="true" scrolling="no" height="168" width="300" style="margin: 0 0 -6px 0; z-index: 20; position: relative;"></iframe>