Loading a Dribbble feed into a jQuery slider

I'm trying to load a Dribbble feed on my site using the jQuery plugin Jribbble and have it load into a slider plugin called bxSlider. I can get the feed to load but unfortunately, I can't get it to work with the slider. I've tested the slider plugin with hard coded images and it works so I know there is nothing wrong with the code.

I'm not sure if I need to add something into my JavaScript that prevents the slider function from executing until the feed is entirely loaded or if there is something else I'm missing.

You can find a sample of my code here (sorry, I couldn't get it to work with JSFiddle). Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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I have check your code and there is no CSS for <ul>
AdamAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the reply lenamtl. A friend of mine actually helped me resolve the issue. All I had to do was reorder some of the JavaScript. I simply had to place the slider JavaScript right after html.join() rather than after the whole Jribbble function is complete.

// Place feed into bxSlider
          minSlides: 1,
          maxSlides: 5,
          slideWidth: 215,
          slideMargin: 45
}, {
        page: 1,
        per_page: 15

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Everything seems to be working perfectly now. Thanks anyway.

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I appreciate the help I received from the expert but my solution resolved the exact problem I was having. The expert provided an alternative method which may or may not have offered a solution.
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