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Site URL: https://www.cps.scot

Hello everyone,
I wondered if anyone could help. I have introduced some carousels to to our homepage so that we can display the latest news and I am finding that the when we hit the arrow to display the next five articles the first article cuts off slightly and as we move through the series of reels the cut deepens. I believe this is because of the translateX property moving from 0% to -101% then -202% and so on. So my question is, can we change the translateX property?
Any insight would be incredible and I thank you in advance. The Web address is https://www.cps.scot
 
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Hi @CPharmacyScot, have you got some CSS to add 1% padding on the items? It looks like that might be causing the shift.

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You will need to adjust the styling to stop it from cutting off, but that should be achievable. I'm not sure I can work out the code without being in the Custom CSS and trialing different options to fix the problem and retain the look you want.

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