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  • #15437

    AC
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    So now I think it’s an upgrade issue with WordPress possibly. We should try to Google this problem now.

    #15438

    mikemueller
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    Not that I need to mention – I’m up to date on everything.  wp 3.5.1  Genesis1.9.1 and so on.
    I’ve tried to use Firebug, chrome and a few others to source the issue to no avail.
    I appreciate your help – thanks for trying!

    #15506

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    Mike, someone else posted this problem on WordPress.org. I left a message letting him know that we were trying to figure this out to, but what he said was if you have a video on a page/post where there are “other links” – the video shrinks. But it you put it on a page with all text – the video will go full width. Try that to see what happens. Here’s the link on WordPress.org.

    http://wordpress.org/support/topic/links-cause-youtube-videos-to-display-smaller

    #15507

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    #15587

    mikemueller
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    Awesome!  Thanks Anita!  You Rock!
    I’ll give it a try.

    #15593

    mikemueller
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    Well, it was a nice try.  still the same issue.

    added

    if ( ! isset( $content_width ) ) $content_width = 600;

    to the functions.php file in both AgentPress and Genesis

    :(

    #15595

    AC
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    Do this… go to my website and send me your email. Let me look at your site from my desktop. I’ll send you some instructions.

    #33046

    Uwe
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    We have this problem since Wp 3.5

    Try this in the functions.php :

    if ( ! isset( $content_width ) ) $content_width = 600;

    My Genesis Theme was wrong too !

    Remember to change the number 600 appropriately for your theme. It is the maximum width in pixels for your content area.

    See: http://www.wpbeginner.com/wp-themes/how-to-set-oembed-max-width-in-wordpress-3-5-with-content_width/

     

     

    #46461

    seattlesavvy
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    i had found some css over-riding the already applied css regarding the property details box.  so there’s 2 iframe divs that need to be made for this to work properly.  must be in the old forum.

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