Yeah, that is supposed required from the code I got offline.
If you removed the width from the ul then the element would be fluid to a degree but only on first view or on refresh (and I'm guessing that the slideshow needs that width anyway).
It will not change on browsers resize because the js is working out how many elements it needs to slide and is then writing a fixed width directly into the opening ul tag.
<ul s[B]tyle[/B][B]=[/B][B]"position: relative; width: 600px; height[/B]: 288px; overflow: hidden;">
<li [B]style[/B][B]=[/B][B]"position: absolute; top: 0pt; left: 600px; display: none[/B]; z-index: 3; opacity: 1;" id="slide-one">
So I don't think its possible to be fluid with that version unless someone wants to rewrite it and I'm not sure how you could make it fluid very easily as I guess you need a fixed width to slide the panels correctly which is calculated at the start.
I was afraid you were going to say that.
So where do I go from here??
I spent ALL OF THIS TIME trying to build an accessible home page that used good CSS techniques...
I think my home page looks really good, and it is fairly adaptable, but if there is no way to get my slide-show to adjust widths, then what should I do??
(The slide-show is supposed to be a key portion of my home page, because it allows me to broadcast important information to people, and increase their interest so they go deeper into my website.)
I had a look around but couldn't see anything off the shelf that handled fluid width I'm afraid (but perhaps I just didn't find it.
There must be some way to compromise... :-/