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Initial width of .slideshow_container calculation

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  • Plugin Author Stefan Boonstra

    @stefanboonstra

    The slideshow always adjusts to the width of the element it’s in. When the slideshow is inside a ‘<div>‘ element, the calculation should go correctly, as these elements try to be as wide as possible by default.

    If the slideshow is placed inside a table, the slideshow be too small on startup. It will then grow as the window is resized, because a table always tries to be a little wider than its content. This causes the slideshow to adjust to the table row size and so it would continue to grow.

    Could you perhaps provide me with your website? I could check it out for you.

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