Join Chris Mattia for an in-depth discussion in this video Embedding media responsively with HTML, part of Training Tips Weekly.
- Welcome to Training Tips Weekly.…I'm Chris Mattia,…and I'm here to help you enhance the design,…creation, and delivery of your instructional materials.…Now two of the common themes that we've been exploring…in this series thus far…have been instructional media production,…and embracing mobile devices.…This week, we're going to begin…addressing the use of media embedded on websites…that are viewed on mobile devices.…Media hosting sites,…such as YouTube, Vimeo, and many others,…provide an amazing service…to host and deliver our content with.…
They also provide the tools to…allow users to embed that content in other websites.…For instance, on YouTube,…you click the share icon,…and then scroll down and click the Embed tab,…then copy this little bit of html code…for what's called an iFrame.…An iFrame, or inline frame,…can display content from one site…into the middle of another site's page.…Then, if you go to your website code editor,…I'm using Brackets,…which is available for free…for both Windows and Mac at brackets.io,…
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