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css3 & html5 Adaptive fluid layout jquery slider problem

Posted on 2012-03-21
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i'm creating a adaptive fluid css3 layout.. Jquery slider code is not working properly if it is below 980px.. i'm attaching my files and screenshots here. Please guide me in right direction.
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980px.jpg
below-980px.jpg
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Post a link to the site.  We need to see what it is doing.


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Sorry , i'm trying to do it in my local browser , i have attached the code here .. Can you help me ?
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Anyone please guide me ?
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