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    I was wondering if anyone could help me with the Start and Stop Slider. I am new CSS and java scripting and I can’t figure it out how to make my Start/Stop Slider work properly when I expand it.

    The code for the slider is here:

    -Major issue: I made my slider into 960×600 pixels and I can’t position my images in the right location that I want them. I have been playing with numbers for “.slide img” position parameters in the style.css, but I can only get the FIRST picture to be places in the right position, the rest is set all the way up on top. I am guessing I need to refresh something in the jQuery file provided — can anyone help me with that?

    – Minor issues:
    1) when I use big pictures in the slider, the user can see the bottom of the pictures sliding in and out of the page. Is there a way to make them “disappear” higher up so user can’t see the pictures coming and going?

    2) Why should the “Learn More” button in the slider disappear when I simply added my pictures in place of the pictures that this lovely widget came in? Even when I use the same dimensions of the pictures.

    Any help is really appreciate! I don’t know what else to do–i’ve spent all day on these issues and am not getting anywhere with them.



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