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I am working on creating an alternate layout for a curriculum I developed for a desktop.  That one is running just fine on tiiny host using a redirect (go.wisc.edu/nmfe).

The problem I am having is shown below.  The YouTube videos show up with a google warning. They are the exact same videos and links from the original layout so I don't know what is going on.  When I load the site, it looks fine the first time around but then this warning shows up.  Any thoughts?  Thanks...Mimi

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Google, the owner of YouTube, may consider the traffic to be automated. You'll find additional information on how to address the issue on the following Google Support page:

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Hi Myra,

Yes I already looked at that page and many online resources.  I have tried it on an iPad and my laptop where it works just fine.  It's just on the iPhone where I am getting the issue. Since the only reason for the alternate layout is so that it works on a phone, I am trying to figure out the problem and if it's related to In5 or not.  Could it be an Iphone issue and maybe a setting in there or how the security works?
I figured out that it is an iPhone problem.  I resolved it by switching my Safari's search engine to DuckDuckGo.  We will see how that goes!

Oh, that's a good idea! :)

I found another support article from Apple for that warning--specifically for iPhones--that recommended the following:

  • Restart your iPhone
  • Clear the history and cookies from Safari on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch - Apple Support