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I have been having an issue with the non-flash version of the NextGen Slideshow on my website.

The slideshow seems to initially load the first slide about 5px below the desired position. The slide then moves up about a second or 2 later into the correct position. I have tried putting the slideshow in other widget areas and all result in the same positioning error.

The page in question in here: www.ukjiayuan.com

So far have been unable to get any support, but would really appreciate it if anyone can reccomend a solution.

Many Thanks

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Can you add two screenshots showing the right and the wrong position? I assume that this is related to the fact that the gallery is loaded and it takes some time until the gallery is fully loaded. For example when I visit your page with javascript switched off, there is a loading image only. – hakre Nov 10 '10 at 15:49
Have just solved the problem. Although thanks for reminding me... I should show an image instead of the loading symbol for those with javascript switched off i guess. – chentudou Nov 11 '10 at 3:19
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Someone has just answered the question for me on the wordpress forum.

It turns out that there was 5px of padding in the gallerys css file (line 301) that I hadn't found:

.ngg-widget, .ngg-widget-slideshow { margin:0; overflow:hidden; padding:5px 0 0 0; <--- change this to 0 0 0 0 or just 0 text-align:left

I didn't add this, so it seems like the css have been like this in the first place. So if anyone else has this problem in the future just change that 5 to a 0.

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