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That is a poor excuse for support. “Go find a plugin because it doesn’t look like Vimeo website.” I don’t want it to look like the Vimeo website, I want it to look my website. If I wanted my clients to go to Vimeo I would put a link to my Vimeo page rather than embed the video.
The objective to make the experience the best for the viewer and leaving one website to view a video on another is NOT a good experience. I have looked for video player plugins because I thought it was an issue with WordPress. Even with the various video player plugins, I get the same result. The problem seems to be only with Google Chrome.
Any forum members out there ever experience this issue? Anybody find a solution or workaround?
Upon further inspection, this ONLY occurs when viewing in Chrome Version 55.0.2883.87 m (64-bit). Seems to work just fine in MS Edge (ugh) and IE. You can see an example of what I am describing here:
I don’t have any similar plugins that I am aware of. Here is a screenshot of my wordpress plugins.
Well I guess that is what I am trying to say. I have tried the documented method of hiding a category by entering its id and yet my posts that are in that category still appear.
I have already found the procedure for identifying the category ids. Now I cannot get the posts with that category id to hide.
So after some time searching the web I found out how to identify the category ids but that still does not work. All of my posts are displaying on the blog page. I really would like to hide most of the posts and show just posts from select categories. Any help?
I had a look at the post you suggested, thanx for that. What if I were just to size my images before I upload them? Or more to the point, what causes the parallax? Is it the height or width of the image? Or is it the aspect ratio? Just needing the details for my future image uploads. Thanx again, I’m diggin the theme.