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    Hi – I’m hoping someone can help me out some problems with using the Genesis responsive slider.

    I’m using the Genesis responsive slider on the Associate theme, and I’m trying to sort out a couple of issues with the slider box on the home page.

    If you visit you’ll see that the pictures in the slider don’t fit in the space. I need to increase the height of the slider space. Whereabouts do I do that? I’ve checked through the various files pertaining to the plugin and can’t see a setting that does this.

    The second problem on the slider is that on the first and third images of the slider I’m getting a hyperlinked line of text underneath the image (e.g. CRV 2002″ />). Why is that? And how do I get rid of it?

    The third problems on the slider is that the next/previous arrows on the slider don’t fit properly into the space. They’re pushed out too far to the left and right respectively. How do I correct that?

    Thanks so much for any help you can give!


    I have just been sorting the same problems with my update to News Pro at

    You almost certainly do not need to re-size the pictures, but run them through the Regenerate Thumbnails plugin.

    You may want to address your slider arrows and get them back within the slider.

    I did this by changing the slider css to reduce the left/right px in lines 185 and 194:

    .flex-direction-nav li .next {
    background-position: -52px 0;
    right: -10px;

    .flex-direction-nav li .next:hover {
    background-position: -52px -50px;

    .flex-direction-nav li .prev {
    left: -10px;



    That’s so helpful. Thanks Noah! Much appreciated.

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