• Resolved mstobinski

    (@mstobinski)


    It seems that after upgrading to the newest plugin ver 2.7 the video (from Vimeo) is tiny in popup (on desktop). On mobile it behaves as expected.

    I had to add some custom CSS to it so the video is displayed as large.
    .wp-video-popup-video { height: 94vh; width: 94vw; }

    If you remove my custom CSS you will see that the video is not scaled properly and the size of it is tiny: 300×150 px

    Any idea why it is happening? The video is triggered by standard shortcode:
    [wp-video-popup vimeo="1" video="https://vimeo.com/320526798"]

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  • Plugin Author David Vongries

    (@davidvongries)

    Hie @mstobinski,

    please try this:

    .wp-video-popup-video.is-hosted.is-landscape {
        height: 94vh; width: 94vw;
    }

    The HTML markup has slightly changed with the latest release.

    Best,
    David

    Thread Starter mstobinski

    (@mstobinski)

    Hi @davidvongries,

    Thanks for your response, but the point is my custom CSS already fixed it. What you proposed is basically the same.

    I was hoping that you will fix it inside of the plugin.

    So it seems that the default video popup size is very small for the free plugin and it’s only possible to adjust video size in the paid version?

    Plugin Author David Vongries

    (@davidvongries)

    It shouldn’t be,

    can you please try to clear your cache? That should solve it πŸ™‚

    Best,
    David

    @mstobinski, it was shrinking the video popup size for me too if I would have the shortcode in bold or strong tags. Try making sure the shortcode is in plain text and see if it shows the video full size again without adding additional CSS

    Plugin Author David Vongries

    (@davidvongries)

    Hi @claghorn,

    I’ve just tried to recreate this as well but everything works fine on my end, even if the shortcode is wrapped in a <strong> tag.

    There have been some changes made to the plugin recently that may require to clear the cache, that’s the only thing I can think of. We tested everything thoroughly on our end before rolling out the update.

    Can you also please try to clear the cache to see if it still works within the strong tag? Feel free to share the link of the website here so I can have a look at it πŸ™‚

    Best,
    David

    Thread Starter mstobinski

    (@mstobinski)

    @davidvongries I can confirm that now the video popup is in correct size and not shrinked any more. I was able to remove my custom CSS .wp-video-popup-video { height: 94vh; width: 94vw; } and everything works fine by default. Perhaps it was indeed a cache problem. Although I tested it on many browsers and asked my coworkers and they reported the same problem. Anyway I consider it fixed now.

    @claghorn I am not sure why would you have your shortcode inside of bold or strong tags. It wasn’t an issue for me so I will mark the whole post as resolved.

    Thanks for help!

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