A recent change on the mobile web leads to embedded YouTube videos on supported sites to be overly huge.
A while back, you couldn't scroll to see the full embedded frame, leading to text being cut off as the frame defined the box for the text. Then that was fixed, allowing a horizontal scroll bar.
But now that is gone.
Can you force the embedded YouTube frame to be the size of the default width for the design (frame size as percentage instead of fixed pixel size), or go back to the scroll bar method (overflow hidden/scrolled)?
Notice the video embed is roughly twice the size as the designed elements like the title bar. Since its forced to that size, two different behaviors. On Android 4.4 default browser (and likely ios devices), the browser will zoom out the full size of the page, meaning the video. On Chrome, it will make the whole page scrollable. Previously, only the specific answer or question that had the embed was scrollable, while the rest of the question was not.