For visual aesthetic purposed I'd like youtube videos to have the same width as images. Currently, images are bigger and that just doesn't look good.

Here's a screenshot. Here, the youtube tag is just the default for iframes:

{{{https://www.youtube.com/embed/hmZ5S3WlKFg}}}

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The width of the image above seems to be 341px, so tried forcing the youtube window like this, but the image doesn't get bigger than that apparently:

{{{https://www.youtube.com/embed/hmZ5S3WlKFg|192*341}}}

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asked 11 Apr '17, 12:51

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