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I have Integrated the SharePoint ribbon functionality into custom web part using JSOM. In the edit ribbon video and audio, the button is disabled. I added that web part in the blog site. Server publishing feature also activated at site collection level but no luck. Please advise me to solve this issue

Code I Tried

(function ($) {
$.fn.SPEditable = function () {
return this.each(function () {
$(this).addClass("ms-rte-layoutszone-inner-editable ms-rtestate-write").attr("role", "textbox").attr("aria-haspopup", "true").attr("contentEditable", "true").attr("aria-autocomplete", "both").attr("aria-autocomplete", "both").attr("aria-multiline", "true");
});
};
$.fn.SPNonEditable = function () {
return this.each(function () {
$(this).removeClass("ms-rte-layoutszone-inner-editable ms-rtestate-write").removeAttr("role aria-haspopup contentEditable aria-autocomplete aria-multiline");
});
};
})(jQuery);

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To troubleshoot the issue, Check things below:

  1. Check if you have activated the “Video and Rich Media” site collection feature. If not, activate the site collection feature.

Go to site settings->site collection administration->activate “Video and Rich Media” site collection features. enter image description here

  1. Add the site into the compatibility mode in IE.

More reference:

Add video, audio, or images to a classic page. https://support.office.com/en-us/article/add-video-audio-or-images-to-a-classic-page-b5220c61-e56a-40fd-8754-d06a2e38b492

  • Ya that feature is already activated in site collection level, still, video and audio button is disabled @Amy_SPWX – Suriya Feb 14 '18 at 6:29

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