Those elements have an inline style that sets the width to
304px. Remove that width rule and they will appear as expected.
tcyclediv and each
<div style="position: relative; width: 304px; height: 368px;" id="tcycle"> <div style="position: absolute; top: 0px; left: 0px; display: block; z-index: 4; opacity: 1; width: 304px; height: 219px;" class="testimonial-widget">
That is not coded in the plugin.
Chris, I appreciate your reply. I copied the code you send and pasted it into WordPress CSS and nothing happened. I guess I’m not understanding what I’m doing. Can you please clarify. Thank you.
Sorry for not being clear. I was showing you the evidence (the occurrences of
304px) to help you track down the culprit.
The first thing I would do is temporarily take out the Youtube thing from that 3rd testimonial.
The second place I would look is a custom CSS plugin if you have one; i.e. something that lets you modify the CSS from the WordPress admin.
The third place I would look is in your theme settings, if your theme has an Options page.
The fourth place I would look is in your theme’s template files (PHP). Since those are inline styles, you will not find them in the theme stylesheets (CSS).
False alarm. I’m 99% sure the width is being set to
304pxbefore the plugin starts cycling them so you will need to track that down starting with the sequence I recommended above.
Or send me a temporary login via the contact page at wpmission.com and I will be glad to take a look.
A screenshot of how it looks with the
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