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    I have used your slider before & never had a bit of problems implementing. It is pretty straight forward & simple to use. I have, however, ran into something I cant seem to figure out. When the slide transitions, the nav goes with it then reappears with the next slide. Here is my code. Any help would be appreciated.


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    Check this navigation transition, Nivo Slider – an awesome jquery slider

    1.Download Nivoslider plugin from this site .
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    3.Create a HTML/Javascript widget in your blog
    4.Copy and Paste this code


    Anyone else that have something to contribute about my original question. Also, I have changed over to the thumbnails. Everything else has stayed the same.

    It is really annoying that the nav disappears everytime the slider transitions.



    I give a simple and easy jquery for navigation transition.Please check it

    $(document).ready(function() {
    var currentPosition = 0;
    var moveWidth = 120;

    $(‘ul’).delegate(“li”, “mouseover”, function() {
    currentPosition = ($(this).index());
    $(‘#arrow’).animate({‘left’ : moveWidth*(currentPosition)}, 200);

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