Support » Plugin: Slider, Gallery, and Carousel by MetaSlider - Responsive WordPress Plugin » Nivo slider images shrink progressively in Firefox

  • Resolved Kwarr


    WordPress 4.8.2 running Twenty Seventeen Child theme.
    The preview works: Yes
    It works with other themes: Haven’t Tried
    It works when I disable all other plugins: No
    Meta Slider version: 3.5.1
    Using NivoSlider
    In Firefox the first slide appears at the correct size (550x800px)
    Slides 2 – 4 are shrunk progressively
    Slides 5 and later all appear at small size (232x337px)
    The slides are all of identical dimensions
    The problem does not occur in Chrome. (Can’t test in Edge at present because it crashes after loading – please can someone try for me?)

    I tried the fix suggested in

    No Success (I tried substituting ‘metaslider’ for ‘royalslider’)

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  • Plugin Contributor DNutbourne



    Please could you try the fix, but using ‘nivoSlider’ instead of ‘metaslider’ or ‘royalslider’?

    Thread Starter Kwarr


    Many thanks for the suggestion, DNutbourne

    Sadly that did not solve the problem so I am still looking for a solution

    Plugin Contributor DNutbourne



    I will investigate this issue further, and get back to you.

    Plugin Contributor kbatdorf


    Hi @kwarr,

    My guess is that the slider cannot calculate the proper dimensions because of the fixed positioning of one of the containers. If you remove this style rule, does it work?

    .angel-wrap {
      position:fixed; /* Remove this */

    You should be able to obtain the layout you want with out it.

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 5 months ago by kbatdorf.
    Thread Starter Kwarr


    Many thanks, @kbat82

    That worked – a bit of redundant CSS code left over from earlier work

    Your help is much appreciated

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