One question I get asked a lot is whether or not it’s possible to embed an entire YouTube playlist into Facebook. If you’re developing a custom Facebook application, the easiest way to do this is to grab the playlist’s RSS feed and parse that out, embedding each RSS item as a video.
In short – you can’t. Or at least not if you want to be PCI compliant. In order to pass a user’s personal information through a secure encrypted channel, you will need to collect that data on an IFRAME application page. No two ways about it. Here’s why:
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