Choose between using a Vimoe or YouTube embed.
Depending on which you choose, Vimeo or YouTube, you will enter the video’s ID here.
Drag and drop an image here to act as your thumbnail. The visitor will see and click on this thumbnail to open the video lightbox.
Align the thumbnail to the left, center or right.
This feature allows you to choose how Foundry displays your thumbnail image when it comes to responsive sizing. You can choose to have the image display normally, as-is and only scale downwards when the image would otherwise begin to overflow the bounds of its parent container or you can choose one of the following:
Allows you to add a customizable drop shadow to the thumbnail. You can adjust the shadow size, vertical and horizontal offset as well as its color.
Set the roundness of the thumbnail’s corners. You can do this uniformly or on a corner-by-corner basis
Provides you a way to add an Alt. Tag to your thumbnail. The alt tag is used in HTML to specify alternative text that is rendered when the element to which it is applied cannot be displayed. It is also used by "screen reader" software so that a person who is listening to the content of a webpage (for instance, a person who is blind) can interact with this element.
Enabling this feature allows you to overlay a "play" icon on top of your thumbnail. You can customize the icon, its color and the icon’s background color. The colors can be set differently for both their normal and hover states.
Enabling this feature will add a border around the Thumbnail Icon. When enabled you can adjust the border color for both its normal and hover states, as well as adjust the size of the border.
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