Minimum Pro / Strange CSS Glitch with Genesis Responsive Slider

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    zanspace
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    Hello,
    I’ve been trying to solve this for a day 1/2 already without success. I’m a good CSS coder in general but can’t figure this one out.

    I’ve setup the Genesis Responsive slider on the Minimum pro theme (Homepage) and after quite a bit of trial/errors, etc, was able to have it working (almost!!!). I have 3 slides, no links, on a very basic fade. However, only the 3rd slide displays correctly (according to the specified CSS rules). The first 2 slides have what appears to be either an extra bottom margin (or padding) -10 to 15 extra px- which makes the entire content of the homepage, below the slider, to re-adjust (go up) when the 3rd slide is displayed. I made sure that the (bottom) margin for the genesis slider is set at 0 (ie: margin-bottom: 0px !important;)

    I’m going nuts over this: the behavior should be the same across the board, for all 3 slides, and the content moving up -if slightly- is something i can’t present to my clients.

    I would really appreaciate any help or suggestions on how to solve this (pesky) issue.

    cheers & thanks,

    Maurice

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    #86443

    zanspace
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    The problem was in the

  • element of the slider. I used Inline CSS, in the Genesis-Responsive-slider.php file to ensure that the margin + padding were set to “0″
#86684

tinstar
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Where exactly did you edit the php if you don’t mind? I’m having the exact same issue.

Thanks.

#86711

zanspace
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I added the inline CSS to the <li> element (there’s only 1) in the php file.

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tinstar
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That worked perfectly!

Thank you.

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