A YouTube UI that remembers positions and watched videos on site return and cycles through unwatched videos. Once you click play it keeps playing. The idea is to have a TV like station on a website that will show the new videos whenever someone visits, it uses localstorage to save the data.
In the index.html file notice the divs with "YouTubeVideoNav" as the class. There are some data variables which you must change for your specific site, they are rather self explanatory. Make sure "data-origin" is set correctly and if you have multiple video navigators on the same page that each id attribute is unique. The data format is in the unordered list "<ul>", which you can view below. New list items "<li>" can be added or removed as needed. The styling and layout can be modified with the CSS file. Once the data is set correctly the files in this package can be uploaded to your site and tested.
<div id="videoNav1" class="YouTubeVideoNav" data-shuffle="false" data-origin="http://yoursitehere.com" data-newdays="28" data-embedlink="https://www.youtube.com/embed/$videoId?rel=0&enablejsapi=1&origin=$origin" data-progresswidth="36"> <div class="videoContainer">...</div> <ul> <li> <a href="https://youtu.be/x7zw49-dczY" target="_blank">Home with Bean | Funny Clips | Mr. Bean Official</a> <div>What would you do if Mr Bean stayed with you?</div> <div>Dec 6, 2017</div> </li> <li> <a href="https://youtu.be/0RnKU0o-tDg" target="_blank">Tee Off, Mr. Bean | Episode 12 | Mr. Bean Official</a> <div>*Remastered Version* After causing chaos in the town launderette, Bean tries his hand at Krazy Golf, but after being told he can only touch the ball with the club, Bean's poor aim leads him on an elaborate tour around town before returning to the course several hours later to score 3,427.</div> <div>Dec 3, 2017</div> </li> </ul> </div>