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Responsive video
Copyright (c) 2011 ZURB, http://www.zurb.com/
.flex-video {
position: relative;
padding-top: 25px;
padding-bottom: 67.5%;
height: 0;
margin-bottom: 16px;
overflow: hidden;
}
.flex-video.widescreen { padding-bottom: 57.25%; }
.flex-video.vimeo { padding-top: 0; }
.flex-video iframe,
.flex-video object,
.flex-video embed {
position: absolute;
top: 0;
left: 0;
width: 100%;
height: 100%;
}
@media only screen and (max-device-width: 800px), only screen and (device-width: 1024px) and (device-height: 600px), only screen and (width: 1280px) and (orientation: landscape), only screen and (device-width: 800px), only screen and (max-width: 767px) {
.flex-video { padding-top: 0; }
}
@marclarr

While searching for ways to get this done I also found this: https://github.com/marclarr/FitVids.js

@kgb4000

Yes this worked well. Thanks buddy. Credit given.
Tried using FitVids.js. Didn't do what I wanted it to do.

@ricardo-vargas

Worked like a charm, thanks.

@sebheg

Nice! Thank you indeed!

@mikecalvo

Great stuff. Thanks!

@nostopbutton

Like it - thanks for sharing!

@drdavidpier

Perfect. Thanks!

@silkspring

Hi,

I am really new to web development and to github as well.

And I would like to use this piece of code in my website.
I see this under the section'public' and there is a copyright attached as well.
The file name is MIT-LICENSE.txt.

So,two questions?
a)Can I use this code by giving an attribution?
b)And, if I do use it, under which license can I use this and what sort of attribution should I give?

Can anyone please shed some light on this?

Regards.

@alexander7567

Would love to see this built into bootstrap! This is very awesome!

@kacole2

works like a charm when i use it in development... as soon as i deploy to heroku, the CSS no longer works...even using the same exact browser

edit fixed my issue. removed all the precompiled assets locally. re-committed, pushed to heroku, let heroku pre-compile on its own, and now it's working. awesome!

@kryachkov

Awesome! Thanks!

@vuiermark

Worked perfectly! You are the man!

@emilchristensen

Works well for me. Thanks. One question though: What does the media query in the end do? It doesn't seem to make much difference for me. And why so many very specific queries - some special devices you are targeting?

@serut

Thanks you ! Awesome ! :)

@jayclue

Awesome! Works perfect. Thanks!

@WemGL

Perfect! Thanks for this.

@amrvignesh

Thanks :)

@firmread

couldn't thanks you enough for this! awesome!

@doubbz

Pretty useful and works perfect! Thanks

@RicardoR

Thanks!

@radin-reth

Nice solution!

@thauvette

Thank you!

@canujohann

Thank you ! It works perfectly

@cesarbarone

Thanks :).

@5ohDave

This is awesome!

@marie20194

You nailed it! Thank you thank you!

@sanPuerquitoProgramador

Great! Thanks for sharing

@jeffcoughlin

If you're using Bootstrap 3, responsive embeds are natively supported now. The example below shows how to embed a video (from sources like youtube, vimeo, etc). For this example, you can use .embed-responsive-16by9 or .embed-responsive-4by3 (there are more options in the docs).

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