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  1. Just another quick note: This is now up and...

    Just another quick note:

    This is now up and running, and pretty much the way I wanted it. Thanks for all your help! A link to one of the cameras (there are eight) is below:

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  2. Thanks. If I'm not mistaken, I think the source...

    Thanks. If I'm not mistaken, I think the source code would get me back to where I started, and then I would still have the issue of Website Tonight not supporting php. I'm using an iframe to embed,...
  3. Just an update on this, and a further question. ...

    Just an update on this, and a further question. I purchased a separate web hosting service and domain from Godaddy for the purpose of running the cameras with the code suggested above. I am using...
  4. Thanks for the enlightening responses. A few...

    Thanks for the enlightening responses. A few notes:

    1. The ideal solution continues to be using a service that restreams the video. I am still exploring alternative services that might not be...
  5. Thanks. As I said in the previous response, I...

    Thanks. As I said in the previous response, I can see that I'm already in over my head. The reason for limiting the hours is indeed for privacy. The network camera is to show my dog during...
  6. Many thanks. I'm already in over my head here. ...

    Many thanks. I'm already in over my head here. I use Godaddy, and tried including the entire code in one of Godaddy's "script" boxes. It came back with a message that only Javascript may be...
  7. Controlling Hours of Access to Embedded Network Camera

    I have an Axis network (IP) camera that I would like to embed in my website. Axis provides the code (see below), and it works. However, I would like to limit the hours during the day when people...
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