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Setting slide show width as a percentage of window width

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I'm working on a jQuery Cycle slide show with automatic resizing at www.mauitradewinds.com/Cycle    I would like to set the slide show width as a % of window width.  But if I try substituting a % for the fixed pixel values in the code, either the images don't appear, or the resizing function doesn't perform.  Please specify how I should change the code to a % width.
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owaisyahya earned 750 total points
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get width of window on document.getready event, calculate width w.r.t percent and then apply to div or table in which the slide show exist.

    <script type="text/javascript">
$(document).ready(function(){
     var windowwidth=$(window).width();
     var slidewidth=parseInt((20/100)*windowwidth));//calculating 20% width of window
     $('#slide').width(slidewidth);
});
    </script>

<div id="slide"></div>

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by:ddantes
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Thank you for your comment.  Due to my inexperience, I'm unclear how to integrate your code with the existing page.  The div which holds the slide show is fluidly resized as the window is resized.  However, instead of starting with an intial width specified in pixels, I would like the initial width to be a percentage of window width.  Can you have a look at the code at www.mauitradewinds.com/Cycle  and show me where to insert your formula?
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by:ddantes
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I found an alternative solution but I would like to give the Expert credit for contributing a partial solution.
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