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Stretch Slider

Posted on 2016-09-12
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How do I get the slider picture to be the same length as the nav menu above it? I changed the settings to be full width in the slider and I have tried changing the width of some of the divs, but I am stuck. Help please!

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Kim Walker earned 2000 total points
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Do you have a custom css files that is being loaded after your theme css files? If so, add the following:
.fl-module-content { margin: 0; }
.fl-row-content-wrap { padding: 0; }
section.latest-post { width: 100%; padding: 0; }

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This will eliminate margins and paddings and a section width of 98%.

It appears that javascript is setting the width of your images to a fixed width of 1018px. I'm not sure if this is being calculated based on the parent div width. If so, it should automatically change the fixed width accordingly.
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Thanks, worked perfectly!
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