UPDATE (Sep 21, 2017): Thanks to firstname.lastname@example.org for the solution:
ORIGINAL POST: We've had several instances note by multiple instructors of iFrames resizing themselves to 300x150, despite being embedded at larger sizes.
Is this local to us, or are others seeing it as well?
Seems there is another post with this same question and stefaniesanders suggested we review the https://community.canvaslms.com/docs/DOC-11158-canvas-production-release-notes-2017-06-03?sr=search&... conversation for a workaround.
According to email@example.com this is what we need to do:
Using an inline style to override whatever style Canvas is imposing on iframes is a great idea.
Sadly for us, we have a LOT of embedded Kaltura audio only players in a placement exam Quiz bank. Now we have to go back and edit each one to fix this bug. I'm so grateful for this community for finding a fix, but disappointed that Canvas is causing us extra work with this "feature."
Thank you for the heads-up here. I hope I do not have to go back and redo a lot of pages because of this... I'm kind of scared to go look now. OUCH.
Me too! I love summer (i.e.not teaching in summer), although I've sure put up a lot of demo pages with iframe content... 🙂
If you are willing to add some additional code, you can actually use CSS to bypass the HTML coding that is rendering the iframe in the specific aspect ratio. I shared a blog post on this, where I talk about Embedding a YouTube Player with Responsive Aspect Ratio that will scale appropriately based on the size of the screen. I just added an iframe into one of my courses yesterday using this, and it retained the size that I had specified.
I hope that this helps.