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  1. I am trying to use a video background (Vimeo iframe) in a DIV, but I cannot get it to fill out the DIV as I want to save my life. I am working from an HTML template and I am an intermediate user at the most. here is a screen capture of what it is doing at the moment when I scale the browser window to check responsiveness: DIV scaling. (the video content almost looks like a still picture, but it's in fact a moving video) What I am trying to do is: The video should be locked to the bottom right corner of the DIV. The left OR the top side of the video should be cropped, depending on the aspect ratio of the DIV. Why am I not getting this? I first thought that it might not be such a big deal, but it just won't work. could anybody help me with this? here is the HTML of the DIV: <div class="imageblock__content videobg col-lg-6 col-md-4 pos-right" data-overlay="0"> <iframe src="https://player.vimeo.com/video/372864200?background=1" style="position:relative;right:0%;bottom:0%;width: 120%; overflow:hidden" frameborder="0" allow="autoplay; fullscreen" allowfullscreen></iframe> <div class="background-image-holder"> <img alt="image" src="img/wedding-5.jpg"> </div> </div> and here are all the relevant CSS calls: .videobg .container, .videobg .background-image-holder { opacity: 0; transition: 0.3s linear; -webkit-transition: 0.3s linear; -moz-transition: 0.3s linear; } .videobg .background-image-holder { opacity: 0 !important; } .videobg.video-active .container { opacity: 1; } .videobg.video-active .loading-indicator { opacity: 0; visibility: hidden; } .videobg video { object-fit: cover; height: 100%; min-width: 100%; position: absolute; top: 0; z-index: 0 !important; left: 0; } @media all and (max-width: 1024px) { .videobg .background-image-holder, .videobg .container { opacity: 1 !important; } .videobg .loading-indicator { display: none; } .videobg video { display: none; } } .imageblock .imageblock__content { position: absolute; height: 100%; top: 0; z-index: 2; padding: 0; } .col-lg-6 { flex: 0 0 50%; max-width: 50%; } .col-md-4 { flex: 0 0 33.3333333333%; max-width: 33.3333333333%; } .pos-right { right: 0; }
  2. I am working with an HTML5 template that supports youtube video backgrounds in a DIV. When I scale the browser window to see how the responsivnes behaves, I notice that the videos crop left/right, top/bottom, depending on the aspect ratio of the DIV. For my purposes, I would need the videos only crop on the right and top only, so that the bottom left is always visible. As I am not a pro I have been doing a lot of trial and error on this, but cannot get it working. I actually need to have two classes available. One where the video scales from the bottom left and one where it scales from the top right corner. I don't quite understand if I need to create two new classes for "videobg" AND "youtube-background" respectively? That would be "videobg-bl, videobg-tr, youtube-background-bl, youtube-background-tr". Or is just one of those classes responsible for the scaling? This is the HTML snippet I use in the template: <div class="imageblock__content videobg col-lg-6 col-md-4 pos-right" data-overlay="0"> <div class="youtube-background" data-video-url="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ekthcIHDt3I"></div> <div class="background-image-holder"> <img alt="image" src="img/dancer-1A.png"> </div> </div> and these are the CSS classes for videobg and youtube-background: .videobg { background: #252525; position: relative; overflow: hidden; } .videobg .container, .videobg .background-image-holder { opacity: 0; transition: 0.3s linear; -webkit-transition: 0.3s linear; -moz-transition: 0.3s linear; } .videobg .background-image-holder { opacity: 0 !important; } .videobg.video-active .container { opacity: 1; } .videobg.video-active .loading-indicator { opacity: 0; visibility: hidden; } .videobg video { object-fit: cover; height: 100%; min-width: 100%; position: absolute; top: 0; z-index: 0 !important; left: 0; } @media all and (max-width: 1024px) { .videobg .background-image-holder, .videobg .container { opacity: 1 !important; } .videobg .loading-indicator { display: none; } .videobg video { display: none; } } .youtube-background { position: absolute; height: 100%; width: 100%; top: 0; z-index: 0 !important; } .youtube-background .mb_YTPBar { opacity: 0; height: 0; visibility: hidden; } @media all and (max-width: 1024px) { .youtube-background { display: none; } } Also, the template is using ytplayer.min.js for the youtube backgrounds. Unfortunately, the player shows branding watermarked elements during the first 2-3 seconds of the clip, that I have no idea how to get rid of. I also have all my clips on vimeo, so it would be so much more convenient to be able to use vimeo backgrounds instead. Is there a simple way to do this, without breaking the above CSS?
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