Just because you're not paranoid doesn't mean everybody isn't out to get you.
Thank you for working on this (important) additional feature that will make embedded videos load faster, looking forward to testing this addition to add a poster image for embed videos to your Responsive Widgets plugin.
This looks promising, but does not work for me. The class is added to my YouTube-iframe, but the only thing that happens is that the height is set to "auto" and the iframe will be much too low, overwriting the given height.
Adding a data-poster attribute has no effect, it is always just the usual embedded YouTube player.
See here, please: https://dev.meerstetter.ch/customer-center/compendium/32-tec-peltier-element-design-guide > Thermoelectric Cooling Video
Any idea, what's wrong?
It would also be nice to have a choice (opt-in) of which elements are affected, as an alternative to the opt-out "wf-responsive-no-container".
Not sure you were on the right page there ... I did have a cookie script, but it wasn't active. I removed it now, the page still looks the same.
(There is copy of the site without the "dev". This one also shows the iframe even with no cookies accepted.)
No, I didn't. But I've got it now. While collecting evidence for you, I had the idea that it could be because of plugin order: I use Regular Labs Sourcerer to add iframes. So if Reponsive Widgets runs before Sourcerer, it will see [[iframe ...]] rather than <iframe ...>!
Therefore I pulled Reponsive Widgets way down to have it run just after Sourcerer, and now it's fine. Sorry about that, maybe it helps someone else.
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