7 years, 5 months ago
@r-a-y Reason for this is I have a chat plugin at the bottom and it hidden behind the videos. I have this fixed for blog posts but not for this plugin.
I have this just in my footer (hidden pretty much) as the first step.
Then I add this to the embed `wmode=”transparent”`
Anyway to include that by default?
@xberserker – Try the 0.6-beta.
It should already have a filter to add the transparent values.
hi @r-a-y ,
in 0.6 beta wmode does not work for dailymotion and as I understand, for most networks, if we add plugin embedly.
7 years, 4 months ago
Works for me. Make sure you’re using the Embedly code posted in the sticky.
I have checked again (added your update directly into embedly php) and can say that wmode works, but not for all providers. As example I took national geographic and wmode still does not work for it, even after your updates to embedly.
I have some better code for wmode in my own development version. As BP v1.3 approaches, I’ll post a new test version for everyone to debug.
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