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gframe v11.5

Update May 5, 2016,
virtually every video on your network will now be fluent. Even Clicking through your comment and activity feed buttons your videos will remain perfectly fluent. I also removed the small gap between the video and the comments in the activity feed..

This js code targets all YouTube, Slideshare & Vimeo videos on your network and resizes them according to the columns/DIV width and the videos aspect ratio.

Click here to see the Activity feed more button and more comments buttons inaction. :-)

click here to view the js code

Main code

<!-- START GEOCOMs gframe v11.5, for YouTube, Slideshare & Vimeo Videos -->
    <!-- Custom Code - End of Page Code box -->
<script type="text/javascript" src="null//" id="gframe"></script>


 If you would like to set a new max width just change the 100% in this line of code to whatever width you prefer. This code goes in your design studio CSS section

/*! GEOCOMs gframe set max width */
/*! Design studio CSS section */
.gframew {
     max-width:100%!important; }


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    • Thank you John :-) by the way, I added a new animated GIF so you can see the video codes in action.

      I think you'll love that JS. :-)

      I'm going to try to add other video players to the JS soon.

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  • Sahweet!  Thank you George!  I hope Ning is taking notes.  LOL

    • "LOLOL Kos,, My bet is when they're done they'll have something like this added to the network. lol :)

      • Question is, will we be in nursing homes driving our scooter chairs by then?  lmao

        • :D LMAO Kos, I hope not! Even though for me that could be next month! :O lol 

        • +1

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    • John thank you again for using your network for a demo page. :-)

      About your question, you should be able to target it using CSS. I'm sure you could write that code with no problem. If you want me to write the code for that I will just let me know. :-)

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        • Hello John, you're right. Can't touch it with CSS. I've been trying with Java, so far no luck but I'll give it another shot later today

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