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Merge pull request #17 from dseif/t1075

[#1075] Fixed typo in seeking docs
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2  getting-started/_posts/2012-12-12-users.md
@@ -83,6 +83,6 @@ Next, you will need to write a few lines of JavaScript to create your Popcorn in
Inside your script block, you'll start by adding an event listener to the document that will execute the code within when it is ready to do so. Next, you'll create a variable called `popcorn` whose value is a new Popcorn instance. The Popcorn constructor requires at least one argument, which in this case is the ID "#ourvideo". This lets Popcorn know what video it will control or be controlled by. Once the `popcorn` instance is created, you'll use the "footnote" plugin to add some text to an area on the page. The footnote plugin is the simplest of all Popcorn plugins — all it does is display text on the page at specified times, synchronized to the video. In this example, the plugin will display "Pop!" from the 2 second mark to the 5 second mark in the target ID specified ("footnote").
-That's it! You've created your first Popcorn.js project! For a live example of this work [take a look here](http://dev.popcornjs.org/popcorndocs/index.html). We also have introuction videos for [YouTube](http://dev.popcornjs.org/popcorndocs/youtube.html), [Vimeo](http://dev.popcornjs.org/popcorndocs/vimeo.html), and how to use the [GoogleMaps plugin](http://dev.popcornjs.org/popcorndocs/googlemaps.html). Keep in mind, both YouTube and Vimeo need to be run from a web server.
+That's it! You've created your first Popcorn.js project! For a live example of this work [take a look here](http://dev.popcornjs.org/popcorndocs/index.html). We also have introduction videos for [YouTube](http://dev.popcornjs.org/popcorndocs/youtube.html), [Vimeo](http://dev.popcornjs.org/popcorndocs/vimeo.html), and how to use the [GoogleMaps plugin](http://dev.popcornjs.org/popcorndocs/googlemaps.html). Keep in mind, both YouTube and Vimeo need to be run from a web server.
As you can see, creating Popcorn projects is a painless experience, requiring about 7 lines of JavaScript to get it done. For those of you who are not comfortable with HTML and JavaScript, our visual authoring tool for Popcorn, called [Popcorn-Maker](http://mozillapopcorn.org/popcorn-maker/), may be great alternative to check out.
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2  media-methods/_posts/2012-12-12-seeking.md
@@ -5,7 +5,7 @@ title: seeking
## Purpose ##
-`seeking()` is a Popcorn instance media method that describes whether or not the current media is seeking or not. `seeking()` takes no arguements.
+`seeking()` is a Popcorn instance media method that describes whether or not the current media is seeking or not. `seeking()` takes no arguments.
returns - boolean value ( true/false )
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