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identify which of my plugins php files 'view source' elements come from to edit (5 posts)

  1. alexisfrsh
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I'm using a jquery plugin to create an image slider with thumbnails underneath. My goal is to have the main image's background be bg.png, with the thumbnail section background be wood.png.

    I've found the following using 'view source' in FF:

    <div class="thethe_image_slider white-square-1" id="thethe_image_slider323" style="width:921px;"><div class="thethe_image_slider_inner" style="width:921px; height:392px;">

    which I would like to change to this:

    <div class="thethe_image_slider white-square-1" id="thethe_image_slider323" style="width:961px;"><div class="thethe_image_slider_inner" style="width:921px; height:392px;margin:0 auto;">

    I've searched through all of my plugin's php files and have found nothing similar to what view source as generated- how do I access that info OR make the changes?

    live site.


  2. I can't see an image slider anywhere. What page is it on? Can you provide the link?

  3. alexisfrsh
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Oh, yes. Sorry, I linked to the home page, not the gallery page.

  4. The stylesheet for the slider is this one:


    You might not be able to change the value in the div, but maybe you can add padding to the .thethe_image_slider style?

    I'm just guessing here, not really sure, but I think that's it's better to just play with the css and not mess with the rest of the code in the plugin. At least from past experience :)

  5. alexisfrsh
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Yea, I've worked with the CSS a bit- doing that and failing to see results makes me think it's an issue with nesting (the thumbnails are within the slider?).. which I'm not at all sure how to fix.

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