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jCarousel looks right while previewing in Views, but looks wrong when viewing on the actual site.

Posted on 2012-04-03
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Hey all,

I've attached 3 images. One of the Views-Setting for JCarousel, the other for the JCarousel-settings, and lastly one of how it looks on the actual site.

I would like to have two things:
-First, to get it to look and work the same as while previewing in Views.
-Second, to resize it to fit images that are 500px 250px in size.

Thanks for any help!
carousel-settings.jpg
carousel-views-setting.jpg
frontpage-carousel.jpg
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Question by:Modifier1000
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by:HagayMandel
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In the view settings change the following:
In fields, change the selected field (image) display options to be the predefined size.
In the pager settings, set it to display only one item.

Good luck.
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by:Modifier1000
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I do not see a place to set the predefined size in the field (image).  I've attached a screenshot of the how the jCarousel looks on the frontpage coupled with the related settings in views.
jCarousel issue and settings
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In the "Configure field content image" (the right upper pane in your attachment), under "Image style" you can select a predefined size!
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by:Modifier1000
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Thank you.
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