Update Documentation - Showcases, not Albums

Hey there! I run a trading website, SabreTradingSystems.com, where I teach people how to trade Forex, Futures, and Stocks. I wanted to have a secure library where people could not download my videos or share links from my trainings that I do 3x/week, so TubePress was the best option on Wix, my web host.

Just wanted to say that I love it! EXCEPT the documentation needs to be updated… I was wondering why I could not add videos using my channel but now they are called SHOWCASES, no longer Albums. It is the Showcase number that needs to be entered for the hidden collection. I hunted around and in desperation gave the showcase number a try and it worked perfectly - now I have a secure repository for my videos.

Keep up the good work!


@ocaptain, thank you for the kind words! We’re very glad to hear you’re enjoying TubePress for Wix. You’re absolutely right that our documentation needs some updating, and we will be sure to have Vimeo albums renamed to showcases. Glad you were able to get things working, but if anything else comes up please don’t hesitate to reach out to us again; we’re more than happy to help!

Hi there,

On the subject of Vimeo showcases: what would my page look like if I link a showcase? currently when you use the Vimeo showcase HTML as embeded code: the default look of the showcase player is not very user friendly. The playlist is actually inside the video player, and on mobile its almost impossible to navigate.

If I use TubePress to link my vimeo showcases - can I control how the multi-video showcase/playlist looks and feels on the page? i.e. can I design a webpage for each vimeo showcase with a better design?

Hi @ozjabur! Yes, TubePress allows you to pull in your Vimeo showcase/s and adjust the look and feel of many aspects of the resulting video gallery. Our demo page gives you a small peek into the capabilities possible with TubePress, but we also offer a free 30-day trial of TubePress for Wix so you can test out its full potential on your site. I hope you’ll give it a try, and please don’t hesitate to reach out if you run into any other questions!

Thanks for the help. I’ve subscribed and have setup all of my showcases inside my website - things are looking great.

To add to this topic If I may; I have a separate page on my website for each of my Vimeo showcases. Every time I duplicate a page - unfortunately the TubePress App resets all of the setting to default and I am having to constantly re-configure all of my styling settings. I have currently 10 showcases so require to do this 10 times. My portfolio is also growing so I wonder if there is a way to ’save’ my TubePress styling settings so I can quickly create new pages when adding additional showcases and applying the same TubePress configuration?

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@ozjabur, I’ve responded to this and your other question here.