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First time Flare users might get a bit lost trying to figure out where all those pretty bell and whistles are hiding. In my experience I found myself scratching my head looking through menus and probing the web for what this icon does or what term means. So after suffering my own learning curve, I’ve decided to share some tips from time to time. Here’s one that may help you.
A common formatting type to make content more readable by users is formatting every other row or column in a table. Flare currently supports this functionality using Table Style Sheets in most outputs. Although not currently supported in the Flare Editor or Print outputs you can extend this functionality to almost any other object using CSS3's "nth-of-type".
So you want to put a YouTube video in your Flare topic. Seems like a pretty straightforward thing to do: Look up the video on YouTube. Click "Share." Click "Embed" and copy the code provided by YouTube...