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css3 & html5 Adaptive fluid layout jquery slider problem

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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.
site.zip
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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