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Now, in order to make it more suitable for the background use, we want to modify it slightly to remove controls, mute the sound, autoplay and loop it. Basically, what we need is an image that will be covering the video until it actually starts playing. We will enhance the example there so it actually contains an overlay image plus an element that will contain the player. In the example above, we have 2 elements you should pay attention to: video-overlay and player.
It seems looping background videos are the new thing. But you don't have to serve up the video on your server. Let's use a YouTube video to accomplish it! At some point we're going to want to or be asked to make a looping background video for a website. Everyone is doing it these days. The thing is it seems simpler if you serve the video up yourself, on your server. To me, that's an unnecessary hassle. Why deal with video if you don't have to, right? Once you have that, we can move on to the HTML.