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I am embedding a video into an article, but I am not able to figure out why it is also inserting a large gap after it. I looked at the margins and padding, as well as the dimensions of the video itself. Still, nothing seems to remove that gap that's there. What's causing this?
Additionally, when I embed a video in a 3:6:3 layout, the video's width is always wider than what I had specified. In the screenshot below, I wanted to see if changing the dimensions of the video would adjust the width of the video section, but it's still the same.
When you embed a video, are you using Insert > Media then providing a URL under the General tab or using an Embed code under the Embed tab?
I am using the embed code that appears under the video on the page it lives on.
If you copy the URL, please try using the insert > media, then paste the URL into the source. This allows you to edit the dimensions the way you would like them and will not produce a space underneath the media you insert.
Let me know if this method has better results for you.
That method is not ideal because it forces the user to scroll down in that area to view the video. It's an odd experience, and it looks silly.
Can you give an example of how you are embedding videos? Are you using insert media and pasting in an embed code with an iFrame?
I've tried this two ways.
Clicking on the Embed tab is where I can insert the iframe code, but that's no different than pasting the iframe code myself.
When I create a embed using the embed tab, I do not get the gap that you described. However, I would like you to open up a Private Case so that we can talk about the specifics of your site and how the layout is being effected.
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