Responsive Videos after Genesis 2.0 / HTML5

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  • #71284

    mborger
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    I activated GRV but see no change. I cleared my browser cache, disabled my cache plugin, reloaded and see the same iframe code in the source as when the plugin is not activated.

    When I put ‘body’ as the CSS selector in FitVids, my video disappeared completely (on my laptop).

    This is what I have in the Home Featured widget:

    <iframe width="620" height="390" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/FfRy_upxgkw?rel=0" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen alt="Watch How the Fun Things App Works"></iframe>

    #71291

    RobCubbon
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    Don’t put the iframe in – try just :

    
    http://www.youtube dot com/watch?v=FfRy_upxgkw
    

    I couldn’t put the proper URL in there because it turned into a video on this site :)

    I can’t remember what I put in that field for Fitvids – try some main wrap tag.


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    #71298

    mborger
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    GRV: Tried that, and all I got was the plain text of the URL in its place. I have it in a table…

    
    <td rowspan="3">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FfRy_upxgkw</td>
    #71334

    RobCubbon
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    Ah, table! Is there any way you could do it without using tables?


    #71369

    mborger
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    I updated it and put in columns instead of tables. I got it working now. Thanks for your help :)

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