The YouTube iframe is naturally responsive, so if you add your video manually (copy the code from the YT site, paste it into a Markup Item or CrowBar instance in your page) inline within an HTML item (which will give you the resizing control you need) you should be able to get this to work without much effort. It won’t be very WYSIWYG, but I doubt it was before. You just resize that outer HTML box at the various breakpoints, and the YT iframe should squeeze to fit inside the container.
On Aug 23, 2014, at 2:09 PM, WilliamMac wrote:
I haven’t uploaded the FW7 version of the site David. I want to make sure I have a site that works before uploading.
I used the YouTube action but it doesn’t resize to fit the break points. I suspect we’ll have to wait for an action to do this but was hoping there might be a solution I’ve missed.
To get a responsive youtube video use the http://embedresponsively.com/? website to get the embedded mark up code. In an item that is responsive (i.e a text box) you can insert a Mark Up item, then enter the coding retrieved from the above website. You can change the youtube url in the markup item embedded coding and it will then act responsively.