Embedded tweet with media layout problem


Currently, when media is included in to a complete and rendered tweet embedded in to a webpage, there can be resulting layout problems. For example, youtube videos are embedded via an iframe, but they remain “above” all other page content because of the lack of a ?wmode=opaque key:value pair in the query string sent to youtube via the iframe src url.

Youtube videos embedded into the twitter.com pages have this parameter added, which stops layout issues with the fixed top navigation bar on the twitter site…is it just an oversight that it hasn’t been added in the script for rendering embedded tweets on external pages?

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