Support » Plugin: YouTube Advanced Embed » Full screen control cut off

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  • Plugin Author embedplus

    (@embedplus)

    Grandewd,

    After checking a number of blogs using the plugin, I haven’t seen any examples that have this issue. Perhaps you could email us a screenshot and a link to your blog: http://www.embedplus.com/aboutcontact.aspx

    Thanks!
    EmbedPlus
    P.S. contacting over email is much more efficient than using the support forum here.

    Plugin Author embedplus

    (@embedplus)

    Grandewd,

    After checking a number of blogs using the plugin, I haven’t seen any examples that have this issue. Perhaps you could email us a screenshot and a link to your blog: http://www.embedplus.com/aboutcontact.aspx

    Thanks!
    EmbedPlus
    P.S. contacting over email is much more efficient than using the support forum here.

    Thx for responding…
    It’s fixed. I wasn’t giving it sufficient margin to display completely.
    But since you’re here, the limitation of having to be alone on it’s own line also seems to prohibit using any sort of “justification” to get it to center.

    Here’s the link:

    link below

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    Plugin Author embedplus

    (@embedplus)

    Having the extra controls on a separate row gives us the flexibility to explore things like annotations. It also avoids a crowded single row. In the future we’ll explore a more customizable player though.

    But since you’re here, the limitation of the player having to be alone on it’s own line also seems to prohibit using any sort of “justification” to get it to center.
    Is there a way to get the player to “center”?

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    Plugin Author embedplus

    (@embedplus)

    A workaround you can do is to use the wizard to get an embed shortcode. After you paste the shortcode in the page/article, you can center the shortcode text. The video will come out centered.

    That worked like a charm!
    Thank you very much.

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