Slideshow Module Top Border issue.


I am using the greatBB plugin on a wordpress site. I noticed that when I add the slideshow module to a row, there is about a 1 to 2 pixel white line that goes across the very top of the slideshow. It’s not a big deal but I think you should look into it because it makes it hard to use it with a header or navigation that is dark. I didn’t really get rid of it, I just added a -1px top margin to hide it under the nav. This only happens with the slideshow background aspect of the Row. Thanks for making a great plugin!

Hey Clifton,

Thanks for the kind words! I think that’s the bottom border of the header you’re referring to. I just tried it on my local and I can’t see anything like that from the Slideshow Module. Would you mind sharing the site URL or maybe send a screenshot with the line mentioned above and I can take a look?


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Hi Clifton,

Not sure if this could be considered a ‘bug’, but there is an easy fix :slight_smile:

Go to the settings for the row background slideshow and select the border as solid. Then set the top and bottom width to 0 from 1, set back to None and Save :slight_smile:

I was seeing this 1px top CSS in Firebug but couldn’t figure out where it was coming from. Well, that’s where :slight_smile:


Thanks Lyle!

That did it :slight_smile: Ya “bug” was probably the wrong word. Thank you so much for your help!



Glad to hear that it worked, but the more I think about it, it really is a bug.

If the border is set to None, then it should be “none”. Those values should be 0 until set when using a border style other than None :slight_smile:

Oh, and I forgot to mention, and don’t know if this is intentional or not, but when I was looking at the site and resizing the window narrower, a 1 px “white” (#DDD) line shows up at the bottom of the nav bar. This happens at the break point where the mobile menu comes into effect.

#primary-menu-icon {
    border-bottom: 1px solid #DDD;
    cursor: pointer;
    display: block;
    padding: 2.4rem;
    text-align: center;

This is coming from ‘genesis-extender-minified.css:3’

Thanks Lyle,

That’s exactly what I thought - a bug. It was set to “none” but the line kept showing up. Either that or set the border width property to “0” by default.

The nav bottom border: Yes that’s there intentionally for my default starter child theme I created. Thanks again for all your help!

Hey Clifton and Lyle,

I just recreated the problem on my end. I’ll be submitting a bug report for this. Thanks for heads up! :slight_smile: