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Bacca on Friday, May 10 2013, 01:06 PM

width of responsive banner slider


I've installed responsive banner slider and I selected "nivo slider". The problem here is the banner are width as 100% of the frontpage, and instead I need to configure them to show their real width (that is 468px).
Is it possible to do it?

Thank you.
  • Replied by sikumbang on Saturday, May 11 2013, 02:00 AM · Hide· #1
    Hi, As its name suggets, Responsive banner width will adjust to the width of the parent container so technically it will fit all condition. But if you really need to define the width you just need to add this css code anywhere on your template css.
    #responsivebannerslider {width:300px!important;}
  • Replied by Bacca on Saturday, May 11 2013, 07:18 AM · Hide· #2
    Thank you for your answer, but it doesn't work.
    I've checked it with 3 different browsers, and I've deleted the cache before the tests.
    BTW: I configured adaptator slider with "height = 60", but the width is still 100% of the mainpage width.
  • Replied by erwinschro on Saturday, May 11 2013, 10:05 AM · Hide· #3
    Hi..can you post a live url where you publish the module so we can take a look?
  • Replied by Leilahodgkins on Friday, May 17 2013, 04:27 PM · Hide· #4
    Yes, I have the same problem! I don't want my banners stretched. It even ignores the width of the surrounding moduletable div.
  • Replied by erwinschro on Monday, May 20 2013, 01:45 AM · Hide· #5
    Hi Leila so sorry for the late reply...
    Can you re-publish the module so we can see the problem?
  • Replied by Leilahodgkins on Monday, May 20 2013, 09:27 AM · Hide· #6
    Hi there,
    I have solved it now... I added a div around the jdoc:include thing in my template, setting the width and margins, and that seems to have done the trick. I thought the module div would do the same thing but seemed to be ignored.


    Looks good, don't you think!
    Replied by erwinschro on Monday, May 20 2013, 10:38 AM · Hide· #7

    Ahh ok that's good to hear then...yes it's looks good but it looks like your site still not use a responsive layout yet, isn't it?
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