I’ve been using a variety of responsive grid frameworks to help me speed up front-end development; whilst these allowed me to develop easily for multiple devices, they did not offer extreme flexibility in column width, padding or gutter sizes. They usually just offered predetermined column percentage widths, generated by the framework’s default layout width. Enter Gridpak.
Whilst there are many YouTube Wordpress plugins available, when I needed a YouTube plugin on another site I needed to add extra code surrounding the standard embedding iframe code, in order to have the YouTube video resize with the browser. I didn’t know how to do shortcodes at the time, so when I learnt how to use it, I thought this guide may be handy to a few people.