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This HTML snippet should do the trick (demo) <div style="position: fixed; z-index: -99; width: 100%; height: 100%"> <iframe frameborder="0" height="100%" width="100%" src="https://youtube.com/embed/ID?autoplay=1"> </iframe> </div> See tutorial: YouTube Video as Background
From the YouTube terms of service: If you use the Embeddable Player on your website, you may not modify, build upon, or block any portion or functionality of the Embeddable Player, including but not limited to links back to the YouTube website. Using their embedded player as a page background would appear to violate the terms of service because: It ...
Part 1: This is totally fine. Google hosts tons of libraries (the most popular library probably being jQuery) and content on their CDN which is available for public use. Part 2: If I understood what your edit meant, you're wanting to know if you can use a YouTube video as a background even if it doesn't show any YouTube logos or controls? Is that is what ...
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