Something changed in the layout of displaying external links to my video's on YouTube.
See attached examples of how my photo's (still) look and how my video's look now. Video's were always displayed also in a appr. same sized box.
I can't remember having changed anything in the settings/lay-out and also can't find it now.
In a photo, containg the external link to a YouTube video, I always paste the Embed code of the YT video. It never made any difference if I also filled in the "Box size" or not.
I believe this only happens with Tiger.
Can somebody please help me getting back the lay-out for my video's?
They are different yes and it looks already better, but it is still not as it was before.
With all respect:
I told you before that I'm not an expert. So what's wrong with explaining why I should use something different than what YT offers as an Embed code when an apllication is asking for that? I would never come up to enter something like you told me to do.
I has always worked fine, for years. With your Embed code it's still it's not as what it used to be. I don't want almost the whole screen filled with the video. Just the modest default size like how it is played on YT.
So, do you have any idea why it's suddenly playing so differently when I use the YT Embed code (the long version)? Did YouTube changed something in the Embed code?
BTW when I use the box size of the External link (what I never did), it has effect now, so I can adjust the output.
I didn't mean to insult you, on the contrary, I have a lot of respect for your knowledge.
But some explanation would be very helpful. I can learn from that.
I still don't know why it worked before with the longer Embed code for years and now not anymore.
Same with my previous problem, using the external link in a picture for navigating to a subfolder. It works now thanks to you, but still don't know why it stopped working the way I did it.
To answer your original question: yes, YouTube has slightly changed the way they provide content within an IFrame. That's why I started to tinker with how external content is sized. Perhaps this triggers wrong layout in some cases.