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  1. Hi! (I am hoping I have placed this post in the right forum) I am having some issues with the Nivo slider. I have multiple sliders on the website (one that you can see just visiting the site and then a couple of others that are viewed when clients login). Anyway, the issue that I am having is trying to get the second slider (the one featured on the main site) to see the custom CSS that I wrote for it -- specifically in regards to the nivo-controlNav selector. Here is what i've tried: (the second slider ID is #mainSlider) #mainSlider .nivo-controlNav { position:relative; left:122px; top:12px; } I've also tried adding a z-index to this of 9999. I've also added custom css to the javascript: <script> $(document).ready(function() { $('nivo-controlNav).css('position','relative'); $('nivo-controlNav).css('left','122px'); $('nivo-controlNav).css('top','12px'); $('#mainSlider').nivoSlider({ effect: 'fade', // Specify sets like: 'fold,fade,sliceDown' slices: 15, // For slice animations boxCols: 8, // For box animations boxRows: 4, // For box animations animSpeed: 500, // Slide transition speed pauseTime: 7000, // How long each slide will show directionNav: true, // Next & Prev navigation directionNavHide:true, //Only show on hover controlNav: true, // 1,2,3... navigation controlNavThumbs: false, // Use thumbnails for Control Nav }); }); </script> and so on. That didn't work either. Then, I went into the javascript file and tried to add a new class -- .nivo-controlNav2. However, I don't think I went about it the right way as it messed up the controlNav css for the other slider. I tried loading a custom theme in the <head> and then added this to the slider wrapper: <div class="slider-wrapper2 theme-mytheme"> After that, I made sure that my css had .mytheme listed first and then .nivo-controlNav listed after it. At this point, i'm frustrated. I've done everything that *I* know how to do and have scoured the internet for answers. Here is the site: http://diocesan.com/testsite Help! and thank you in advance for any help, suggestions or advice you can give.
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