[MediaWiki-l] Making Media Files Responsive
tharpenator at gmail.com
Tue Dec 1 18:13:51 UTC 2015
I was looking for answer for all media files, including photos, pdfs, and videos, which, no doubt, is too much to expect. I just installed TimeMediaHandler which is what lead me to answer the question. Foreground, I'm sure you know, has the great flex video option with embedded YouTube & other video embed services, but sadly it does not work on self hosted videos, or wikimedia commons videos, via Mediawiki syntax.
Tom, btw, thanks for being one of the people behind the Foreground Skin...
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> On Dec 1, 2015, at 9:39 AM, Tom <tom at hutch4.us> wrote:
> Could you specify what type of file? File:imageTypeFile should automatically be responsive. If it's a video file that's a different case.
>> On Dec 1, 2015, at 12:20 PM, tharpenator at gmail.com wrote:
>> Hi I doubt there is away to do this, but anyone have any thoughts on making Media Files embedded on a wiki page responsive? I'm currently designing a site on the foreground skin, which is a responsive skin, but all files using the Mediawiki syntax [[File: ]] are by default not responsive. Of course one could allow the use of the html img tags, but it would nice if there's another solution. I was thinking it could be done by css, maybe something like:
>> <div class ="responsive">[[File: ]]</div>
>> But I'm not sure what to reference via css, or if it could be done this way (I think the File embed will ignore any css, but maybe I'm wrong). Anyone have any thoughts on this? Thanks
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