Responsive slider alignment issues

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  • #53525

    Elaine Griffin
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    Hello,
    For some reason my slider’s slides are not aligning in the center of my slider. Also, I can’t figure out how to control the display of the post title. I changed the content limit, and the longer post titles are still not changing and fitting in the title area.
    Thanks for any help!
    Elaine

    http://aimeebroussard.com/
    #53577

    Robin
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    Hi Elaine,

    I had a similar situation with a much larger slider and solved it by using the Regenerate Thumbnails plugin. That may work for you.

    Your site is very pretty and feminine.


    Need help customizing your website? Let me know at RKW Media.

    I’m taking up The Challenge by answering some of the Unanswered Posts.

    #53578

    Elaine Griffin
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    Post count: 76

    Hi Robin!
    Thanks for the response. I did try the plugin and it didn’t work. :(
    Back to the drawing board!
    Thanks for the feedback too. I wish I could take credit for the design. :)

    #53581

    Robin
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    Post count: 151

    Oh Bummer!

    Now Elaine I wished I hadn’t answered because your question is no longer in the unanswered posts.

    Sorry!


    Need help customizing your website? Let me know at RKW Media.

    I’m taking up The Challenge by answering some of the Unanswered Posts.

    #53703

    Elaine Griffin
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    Post count: 76

    No problem!
    Thank you for responding!
    Does anyone else have any thoughts on this? I would really love to get this project finished up.
    Thanks!
    Elaine

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