The amp-delight-player element displays a cloud-hosted Delight Player.
<script async custom-element="amp-delight-player" src="https://cdn.ampproject.org/v0/amp-delight-player-0.1.js"></script>
amp-delight-player element displays a cloud-hosted Delight Player.
height attributes determine the aspect ratio of the player embedded in responsive layouts.
data-content-id attribute is required to load the correct video.
<amp-delight-player data-content-id="-123456789AbCdEfGhIj" layout="responsive" width="16" height="9" > </amp-delight-player>
Non-responsive layout is also supported.
<amp-delight-player data-content-id="-123456789AbCdEfGhIj" width="460" height="200" > </amp-delight-player>
The video's content ID.
amp-video-docking extension. If this attribute is present and the
video is playing manually, the video will be "minimized" and fixed to a corner
or an element when the user scrolls out of the video component's visual area.
For more details, see documentation on the docking extension itself.
If this attribute is present, and the browser supports autoplay, the video will be automatically played as soon as it becomes visible. There are some conditions that the component needs to meet to be played, which are outlined in the Video in AMP spec.
This element includes common attributes extended to AMP components.
Plays the video.
Pauses the video.
Mutes the video.
Unmutes the video.
See amp-delight-player rules in the AMP validator specification.
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