How To Use Videos In Lightbox
The lightbox we use is called iLightbox and it is compatible with both Youtube and Vimeo videos. You can also have an image on your page that opens into a video in a lightbox when clicked. However, to make them display at the correct size, the correct link must be used in the Video URL Lightbox field. Please continue reading below for information on where this can be done and how to do it properly.
Locations You Can insert Videos In A lightbox
How To Insert Videos In The Lightbox For Portfolio Posts
Step 1 – Open the portfolio post you’d like to add a video to, or create a new one.
Step 2 – In the Fusion Page Options, locate the ‘Youtube/Vimeo Video URL for Lightbox’ field and paste your video’s link URL. For example, https://vimeo.com/63534746.
Step 3 – Once you’re finished making changes, click Save Draft or Publish/Update.
How to Launch a Video through the Lightbox Element
You can also launch a YouTube or Vimeo video in a Lightbox through the Fusion Builder Button element.
How To Insert Videos In The Lightbox For Regular Media
Step 1 – Open the page or post you’d like to add a video to, or create a new one.
Step 2 – Click the Add Media button in the upper left area of the page editor, just below the Fusion Builder button.
Step 3 – Click the Insert from URL link in the left side and paste your video’s link URL in the URL field. For example, https://vimeo.com/63534746.
Step 4 – Once you’ve inserted the link URL, click the Insert to Post button on the lower right corner.
Step 5 – After you insert the video, you must add rel=”iLightbox” to the link tag. As an example, please refer to the image to the right.
How To Set Video Size in Fusion Theme Options
Step 1 – Navigate to the Avada > Theme Options tab.
Step 2 – Go to the Lightbox tab, and locate the Slideshow Video Width and Height options. Set the width and height of your video by entering a pixel value into the corresponding setting. For example,1280px for the width and 720px for the height.
Common Issues or Questions
My Youtube or Vimeo video is too large!
This issue is because you’re using the embed URL instead of the link URL.