Make your "auto embedded" YouTube and Vimeo videos full width (100%) while maintaining their original aspect ratio
its working awesomely fine :D
Works perfect! Especially the short code is a bless!
Does what is says, easy. I tried a bunch of plugins and this one worked. Paste the video link, wrap in shortcode, and presto responsive video! Great work, thanks!
I just installed this and it's working awesomely already. I do have a question about previous iframe embed codes I've put in - it seems that those are not reset and still using the width / height set in them. Is there something else I need to do to make that change?
I showed a customer the possibility to just post Videos by copy pasting a Youtube URL into the post text block. But with my responsive Layout the embedded videos should resize without any extra work from me or the customer. With this plug-in you don't have to do some extra work. Just installing and activating and it resizes.
After trawling through installing and uninstalling all kinds of plugins, this one finally did what I required which was resizing videos on the fly to maximum width. Excellent.
Just activate this plugin and it does the rest. I have worked with quite a few plugins that modify the YouTube player, and I think this one does the smoothest job of redefining the dimensions of the player to fill any space allotted to it from wide screen monitors to mobile phones, with the video filling the player screen at all resolutions.
Truly a fluid, responsive result.
Great job, Jamie!
Thanks Jamie for creating such a great piece of coding!
After trying perhaps all the other available option, Fluid Video Embed was the only one that worked for me.
It's also easy to add a class and get some control over positioning.
<div class="video1" style="text-align: center;">
The trick is to paste the video url in Visual Mode, update your page or post. Then you can switch to Text/HTML view and the whole world of Responsive CSS Opens for you.
I am wondering if you could recommend the best solution to add a responsive frame!
exactly as expected
Not sure why it didn't the first time, but I deleted the videos url and pasted it in again (with no $watch....) and works perfect! Thank you.
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