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Making oEmbed iFrames "Transparent"?

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    Number_6
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    @number_6

    Hi. I have a floating toolbar (Arrowchat) and I want to make the flash content “transparent” so that it doesn’t float above the bar and it’s applications. However, the way oEmbed rendered the URLs is in an iFrame.

    Normally one would be able to enter a param into a youtube embed code (or what-have-you) like this:

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    @modemlooper
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    @modemlooper

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    Number_6
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    @number_6

    Appreciated.

    I am unable to make use of this. I included this in my Child Theme’s functions.php with no effect.

    I created a bp-custom.php file and got the following:

    `Fatal error: Cannot redeclare be_oembed_transparency() (previously declared in /misc/25/000/100/476/0/user/web/nagualgrove.com/wp-content/plugins/buddypress-group-css/bp-group-css.php:206) in /misc/25/000/100/476/0/user/web/nagualgrove.com/wp-content/plugins/bp-custom.php on line 24`

    Which doesn’t make sense because line 24 consists of:

    `}`

    I’m useless when it comes to PHP. CSS frustrates me enough, I’m only just learning that. So forgive my ignorance.

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    @modemlooper
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    @modemlooper

    You can’t place the same code in both files. Remove the function from functions.php

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    Number_6
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    @number_6

    I am very careful to not leave a mess behind me. I removed it from functions.php before creating the bp-custom file.

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    @modemlooper
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    @modemlooper

    Read your error above. It tells you this same function name is being used in a plugin called bp group css.

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    Number_6
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    @number_6

    I’ve deactivated the plugin to avoid the conflict and the oEmbeds are still hovering above the s.

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    Number_6
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    @number_6

    There has to be a reason why I can’t alter the output of this plugin. I tried resizing the oEmbed outputs as per r-a-y’s instructions, and that didn’t work either.

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