Embedding Videos with HTML Code

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Thanks for getting back to me! I don't suppose you know how to get the
video to play on browsers? It plays on my editor, but won't when I load in
a different browser or on my phone.

My website is www.bridalboxcompany.co.uk
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Hi so I have used this code to imbed a video in shogun, but I want to know how to make it responsive to any screen size. 

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If the cdn link is from an outer source, will it work?

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Is it possible to make these videos responsive?

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It depends on the app. What are you using to embed them?

 

If you're pasting HTML with a <video> "tag", you might see something like <video src="myvideo.mp4" autoplay ...> You can just delete the autoplay part.

 

But other sites that have embed codes have their own way of changing the setting.

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Hey aceduck,

 

Yeah, usually you can embed from another CDN. Just take the original <video> example, but change the src to the full URL (including https://).

 

You can experiment with it on a new page, that way if it doesn't work, you can paste the URL here and someone can help you :)

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Hey LincolnB, if you have a sample page link, it would help a lot!

 

Sometimes, you can make it responsive by simply adding style="max-width: 100%" inside of the video tag but it could depend a lot on your site, etc.

 

It might look something like:
<video ...bunch of settings... style="max-width: 100%">

...
</video>

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Thank you! That worked like a charm!


@AndrewWalters wrote:

Hey LincolnB, if you have a sample page link, it would help a lot!

 

Sometimes, you can make it responsive by simply adding style="max-width: 100%" inside of the video tag but it could depend a lot on your site, etc.

 

It might look something like:
<video ...bunch of settings... style="max-width: 100%">

...
</video>


 

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Wow, awesome, and good job! I was sure it'd take more back and forth to get it setup smoothly :) Glad I could help!

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Is there a way to remove the "download" option?

 

 

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