On a web page there is the primary URL, but the video is within the page. When selected, how can I get the URL for that popup video, i.e. https://www.melaleuca.com/learn-to-earn, and scroll down to the video section. When clicking on one, and right-clicking the video, there are no options. Please advise.
Well we cant do that, because it’s a members-only site.
You can push F12 or right click next to the video and choose Inspect Element and attempt to identify the video element from the underlying HTML.
Getting the URL for a video within a webpage can be a bit tricky. Here’s a workaround:
- Right-click on the page and select “Inspect” (or use Ctrl+Shift+I on Windows or Command+Option+I on Mac).
- In the Developer Tools window, navigate to the “Network” tab.
- Now, click on the video on the webpage.
- Look for a new entry that appears in the Network tab. It might be named after the video or something similar.
- Once you find it, look for a column named “Request URL” or something similar. This URL is the direct link to the video.
This method works if the video is loaded dynamically and a separate request is made for it. If it’s embedded and doesn’t make a separate request, finding the direct URL might be more complex, and you might need to explore other methods.
Remember, always respect copyright and usage policies when dealing with content on websites.
This sounds like ChatGPT. ChatGPT answers on this forum are banned.