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Modify Slideshow in Main page

Thread began 12/26/2019 6:00 am by massimo173451 | Last modified 12/26/2019 1:39 pm by Ray Borduin | 29 views | 5 replies |

massimo173451

Modify Slideshow in Main page

Hi there, in the main page I have a slideshow but needs to modify it to get responsive, how and where modify the css for make this behavior??


Massimo

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Please provide a URL so I can look at what you currently have. How do you want it responsive? Show less images on smaller screens? Remove the bottom images? There isn't a universal response that everyone uses. you would need to first decide how you wanted it to work before I could give specific help on how to make it respond in that way.

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massimo173451

Ray the site and slideshow are responsive yet, I don't know why the slideshow is small in this case, suppose the problem is the CSS that contains the slideshow..

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I'm not familiar with the slider you are using. Does it work on a blank page? I'd see and verify weather it is a conflict with css on the page or just how the slider works.

Your page has multiple <html> <body> <head> and <!DOCTYPE> tags. That might be causing inconsistent results.

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massimo173451

Ray the problem I think is in the CSS in the main page, where is located this CSS in the PS and how modify it for to do it responsive or adapt it to the slider??If you try the blank page provide with slider sample still working correctly (the image in the slider are correctly fitted in the window).


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Massimo

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

The sample on a blank page is not responsive. I think the issue is that the page on your site IS responsive and the div that contains the slider changes size and gets smaller as the screen size decreases. You could probably set a min-width attribute for the containing div to keep it from shrinking.

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