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I’m sure lots of you are very familiar with jFlow.. I need your help with this one. Here it is.

This is how I initialize my jFlow..

$(document).ready(function(){ });

    slides: "#header-container",
    width: "1263px",
    height: "291px",
    duration: 750

Ok.. so the width of the slide is 1263, question is, if I resize my browser window to 960px, is it possible to change that value (1263) in the jFlow initialization?

What I’m trying to accomplish is like a liquid slider… Hope I make sense.

Thanks in advance.

Regards, Jimmyme

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