It has come to my attention that the player isn't working the same in different blog themes. But I have found a solution. It seems that the only thing that may need changing is the line, "<div style="position:absolute;top:-285px;left:-5px">" I suggest fiddling around with the first number, the -285, in small incriments and see what works and what doesn't. I appologise for any confusion, and if this occurs in you're page, I will help you fix it if you want.
So some of you were wondering how I got that little YouTube player. If you haven't seen it, look left. Yeah. There it it. Right now it's playing "Toe to Toe" by Streetlight Manifesto.
Anyway, here it is. With some instructions on how to set it up.
Alright. So first, you need to open the design settings, which I'm sure most of you figured out how to do by now. Now go under "customize." There, you'll see things like Background, Background Color, etc. To get it like mine, go under sidebar. Then click "Add module." Go to the one that says HTML.
Now that you got that set up, on to the actual code. All you have to do is copy and paste this either right into the HTML dialog box, or onto a word processor of some sort, like notepad or Microsoft Word. Anyway, delete ONLY THE PARTS IN BOLD and replace them accordingly. There will be gaps, but from my little tests, they shouldn't effect anything. So yeah. Here you go.
<p><center><span style="font-size: 75%;"><i>The name of the song that you want people to see</span></i></center></p>
<iframe width="235" height="300"
src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/The Video ID (which is that little bit on the URL after watch?v=)">
If you have any questions about it I'll gladly help.