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    Overflow issue, I think

    Hello folks,

    First time poster to this forum and I'm really hoping somebody might be able lend a hand with an issue that seems to be beyond my grasp atm. I am primarily a application dev but have decided to pay a little more attention to front end design these days and to try and polish my skills with that.

    I have a jQuery slide show I've been toying with and have thus far been able to massage the code to fit my basic size/layout requirements but I'm having difficulty with what I think is an overflow issue. Slide show referenced is at http://imperialart.com/standard/index.html When you click the right side arrow to advance to the next slide, the slide actually shows up outside the boundries on the left. I f you click the right side arrow I think you';; see what I mean. Hoping some kind hearted CSS guru out there might be able to help me with this. TIA

    Bewildered Bob

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    What browser and version are you seeing this in, Bob? I tried FF17 and IE9, and all the photos are the same size, and all stay in the box.

    Dave

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    Hi Bob,

    I am also having trouble understanding your problem. I thought perhaps you mean the behaviour while the slide is in motion, at which moment the picture will pass outside the containing box. However, this quote has confused that idea:

    When you click the right side arrow to advance to the next slide, the slide actually shows up outside the boundries on the left.
    The pictures enter and leave outside the right side boundary. Did you mean to say the right side?


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