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The above technique is awesome, but it has several possible limitations:

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$(window).resize(function() {

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  $allVideos.each(function() {

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Updating our script to deal with Vimeo ain't no thing.

/ Video (Viddler, Blip.tv, etc.)

Some home-brew video embedding, as well as video sharing services like Viddler and Blip.tv, use old-school nested object and embed tags. YouTube also did it this was until fairly recently. It's old-school and non-standard, but this technique was very widely used because Flash was everywhere and it just worked.

Object/embed suffers from the same problem that iframes do, the width and height are required lest R&E results.

Without a set height, this object/embed collapses to 150px in height. Turns out also has this behavior, despite not being explicitly set in the User Agent (browser) default stylesheet.

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Putting it all together

So let's say we are in the position where we have lots of legacy content, which includes videos of all makes and models, and we're redesigning our site to be fluid. The most efficient route is going to be combine everything we've learned in this article and put it together. See the demo page for the complete workings.

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