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  1. #1
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    Dear Members please help me.

    I have this jquery banner script
    Please see this link

    I changed banner size so between 2 image on banner you can see white space to much. I want decrease this space.
    So please tell me how can I do this?
    I think its jquery file problem. but what problem I can't understand.
    I hope you will guide me very soon.
    Thank you.


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    Senior Member Webzarus's Avatar
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    I suspect that spacing is in the jquery transition section... But I really don't see an issue... The white space is moving across the screen to show the transition between slides.

    Maybe there is a different transition that would suit you better... One that slides the new image in on top of the old ? Maybe one that brings it in from the corner and expands the size to cover the old image...

    There are quite a few transitions that can be called in jquery...

    Not sure if I would try to remove that space myself... I'm sure it can be done...

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    Junior Member Tom Vance's Avatar
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    You can force the issue by increasing the image size (1000px did it for me). Possibly not the best way tho.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Vance, post: 232184
    You can force the issue by increasing the image size (1000px did it for me). Possibly not the best way tho.
    That's actually it - the transitions call for increasing offsets in increments of 1000 (-1000, -2000, -3000 etc) and the images are 926px - the white space is the difference between the image size and the offset.
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