So, you want to make a YouTube Video Responsive. You have come to the right place. To see the video on how to make that happen, just click the link below and the link will take you to a video where you can see how to “Make a YouTube Video Responsive”, and you will find the sample code that you can down load to help you make a YouTube Video Responsive.
It is really not that hard to do. In the example of making a Youtube Video Response, there are only 3 CSS rules to create. Once the rules are created, then all you have to do is use them in your html code.
Once you get to the video at sillybilly.com, you will find that I used this code on this video titled “Make a Youtube Video Responsive.” Of the 73 videos for Dreamweaver CC, this is the only video I have applied the code to thus far.
In this code, I target the html “iframe” tag. You can also use the code and target the “object” or “embed” html tags.
Now I guess I need to go through all of my pages and apply the code for all of these videos. Life of a Geek. Find it, use it!
This video is part of a 73 part video tutorial series. That means 10 plus hours of video devoted to Creating Web sites using Adobe Dreamweaver CC.
The series is way more than just learning about Adobe Dreamweaver CC. It is more about web design and you could use all kind of code editors and follow the series.
I just like using Adobe Dreamweaver CC because all of the code writing, ftp, brower views, responsive helpers, find and replace, code inspector, element inspector etc are all in one box.
Anyway, again, here is the link for the video, “Make a YouTube Video Responsive.”
Bill the Geek
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