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I have made a slider in Widgetkit with a size of 2560 pixels wide. But on screen I get a white space on the left and above of the image. What am I doing wrong?
It seems that you haven’t select the styles of the slider, so please follow the steps of documentation to keep the styles in the slider.
I have followed the steps of the documentation. But the style that can be used is only default. Width = 100% and Height = auto
Still it does’n fit.
In tutorial we have told to upload the styles of flat responsive, so please check the tutorial once.
Upload the Slideshow Theme
With the flat responsive theme, you get a custom theme for the slideshow to match what you have seen on the live demo website. You can find this style in the the “flat-responsive-package” folder, then in that you will find a folder named “widgetkit”. In that is another folder “slideshow”, and then inside that is a folder named “flat-responsive”.
Using your FTP program, upload the “flat-responsive” folder into the “styles” folder here:
wp-content >> plugins >> widgetkit >> widgets >> slideshow >> styles
You should see a folder inside “styles” named “default” which is the default theme (style) for the Widgetkit Slideshow; flat responsive will be installed there as well next to it.
I found that when you load the media, scroll down and make sure it is set to none on alignment and is set to the full size.
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