Try publishing your site to a local folder and then launch the site in the browser by double clicking the index.html file.
Does the video play in the local version? If so, it's more than likely that the problem is with the server.
Restricted bandwidth would be more likely be the problem than lack of storage space.
Thank you, laddie, for your quick response and offering some good ideas as to what I am facing with regards to mounting videos on a website.
I'm not familiar with the technique regarding publishing the site to a local folder other than what iWeb publishes within the program onto my browser whereby the video clip plays fully.
However, I agree that it is the matter of restricted bandwith with the version of high speed I have [which is the lowest speed]. The ISP has mentioned that my website is at its maximum limit. When it comes to videos, one needs the upper levels of bandwiths and its very expensive.
Will see what I can accomplish at my end with my ISP.
Have a bonnie day.
Thanks, Old Toad,
I know what you are referencing. I just never go to that folder but that is where I do publish the site prior to uploading it onto the internet using the FTP.
And, it is when I have published the updated pags to the the Local Folder, the video plays perfectly well.
Soooo, it must be all about restricted bandwith that I am currently using with my domain web host ISP, which is a shared bandwidth. Economics affect me as a volunteer therefore cannot afford the higher speed which is not a shared bandwith.
To add to my demise, I have issues with signing on to YouTube through my Google account. Try to sort that one out is impossible. Tried for hours but all to no avail to get signed in. So I can't upload my videos which is too bad for my website.
Will chat further with my domain host and see what other options are available to me.