Here is an [EXAMPLE](http://stonewebapps.com/ “http://stonewebapps.com/”).
The above example stretches the image but is not responsive. Also, the image only changes when a new pages is loaded.
I would like for the slideshow to have the same features and transition like [this slideshow](http://responsive-slides.viljamis.com/ “http://responsive-slides.viljamis.com/”).
@Keilowe If you take a look at the documentation on Github, you can set the max-width.
@chrisburton Appreciate the tip! However, I can not locate the documentation. Does the link you posted direct me straight to the page you’re referring to?
@chrisburton I found it! Lol Thank you for pointing this out to me!
@Keilowe If you take a look at the markup I’m referring to, you will see this:
// Slideshow 1
@chrisburton Yes I found that, tried to change it to 100%. But the image shrunk instead of stretching out…
@Keilowe I’m not that knowledgeable when it comes to jQuery. Edit your first post and remove [Solved]. Someone might be able to help with that small issue.
@chrisburton I mentioned earlier that I’ve tried to use 100% , but no luck :( The images shrink instead of stretching full width…
@Keilowe but did you put the ticks in?
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