addthis and Method floating slideshow stage effect are in conflict

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  1. Howdy guys,

    Please see my site

    addthis and the floating slideshow stage effect are in conflict it seems. When I choose "RAW + HTML" or "Full," both addthis and my video/slidshow will work without issue.

    However, when I choose "floating," and of the "staged" options, or "overlay," you will see that half of my slider is cut off and blank.

    I really want to use the "floating" slideshow stage effect.

    Is this an issue that you guys can help me fix or is this firmly a fault of the addthis plugin?


    1. Screen-Shot-2012-12-27-at-2.37.00-PM.jpg (56.2 KB, 5 downloads) 4 years old
    Posted 4 years ago #
  2. Hi!

    You could add this to your Custom CSS:

    #fading_slides .floating_slide .slide_content {
        width: 100%;


    Posted 4 years ago #
  3. Dear Rochester,

    Thanks. I have added your code to the Custom CSS. It got me 85% of the way there. It still is showing an overly thick border on top and on left of the slider. How can I get a consistent border on all edges?

    website is

    Pic attached too. Thanks!


    1. Screen-Shot-2012-12-27-at-9.56.52-PM.jpg (73.6 KB, 0 downloads) 4 years old
    Posted 4 years ago #
  4. Hi Dr.!

    Do you want to remove the borders in the text?


    Posted 4 years ago #
  5. Hi Rochester,

    No, I'd like to have a thinner white border to the left of the slider and at the top of the slider. The white border to the right and at the bottom is a good border width.

    Does this make sense?

    You can ignore the black area above and below the transcript text to the right of the video. That is not a problem.

    Posted 4 years ago #
  6. I have circled the white borders I want thinner in this pic attached thank you!


    1. Screen-Shot-2012-12-27-at-9.56.52-PM.jpg (79.1 KB, 2 downloads) 4 years old
    Posted 4 years ago #
  7. Elliott

    Add this to your custom CSS,

    .slide_content { top: 50px !important; left: 130px !important; }

    If you still want to get rid of the lines then you'll need to edit the slideshow background images which you can find in /wp-content/themes/[your_theme]/images/sliders/.

    Posted 4 years ago #
  8. Dear Elliot,

    Thanks so much! This code you gave me creates an even approx 60px border around the entire video and it is nicely centered, although if you look closely the far left of the video (most noticeable in the play/pause button is being cut off for some reason). I would like a 15px border around the video instead of the current approx 60px border. Is it possible to resize the video size instead of shrinking the actual slider frame? It was running like this (with an even 5 px border around the video) before I installed the addthis plugin.

    I'd prefer to avoid editing the slideshow background images unless I have to.

    to summarize:
    1. Can I get a 15px (or similar) border on all four sides?
    2. Why is the play/pause button being cut off? (see pic)

    Thanks! Jason


    1. Screen-Shot-2012-12-27-at-9.56.52-PM.jpg (74.4 KB, 1 downloads) 4 years old
    Posted 4 years ago #
  9. Elliott

    I'm getting some javascript errors now. Perhaps it's related to cloudflare. Deactivate all of your plugins.

    Posted 4 years ago #
  10. Elliot;

    All plugins deactivated and I have pause cloudflare as well. Thanks, Jason

    Ps if you want a guest login to my site I'm happy to give that

    Posted 4 years ago #
  11. Elliott

    Are you sure? I'm still seeing a lot of external scripts being loaded and lots of javascript errors.

    Looks like a lot of scripts coming from

    Posted 4 years ago #
  12. I do have the following code inserted into my slideshow description:

    <div id="wistia_z1kxkjgvmf" class="wistia_embed" style="position:absolute;left:-25px;bottom:7px;width:970px;height:388px;" data-video-width="640" data-video-height="360"><object id="wistia_z1kxkjgvmf_seo" classid="clsid:D27CDB6E-AE6D-11cf-96B8-444553540000" style="display:block;height:388px;position:relative;width:915px;"><param name="movie" value=""></param><param name="allowfullscreen" value="true"></param><param name="allowscriptaccess" value="always"></param><param name="bgcolor" value="#000000"></param><param name="wmode" value="opaque"></param><param name="flashvars" value="controlsVisibleOnLoad=true&customColor=74941f&endVideoBehavior=reset&hdUrl%5Bext%5D=flv&hdUrl%5Bheight%5D=720&hdUrl%5Btype%5D=hdflv&"></param><embed src="" allowfullscreen="true" allowscriptaccess="always" bgcolor=#000000 flashvars="controlsVisibleOnLoad=true&customColor=74941f&endVideoBehavior=reset&hdUrl%5Bext%5D=flv&hdUrl%5Bheight%5D=720&hdUrl%5Btype%5D=hdflv&" name="wistia_z1kxkjgvmf_html" style="display:block;height:100%;position:relative;width:100%;" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" wmode="opaque"></embed></object></div>
    <script charset="ISO-8859-1" src=""></script>
    wistiaEmbed = Wistia.embed("z1kxkjgvmf", {
    version: "v1",
    videoWidth: 640,
    videoHeight: 360,
    playButton: false,
    volumeControl: true,
    controlsVisibleOnLoad: true,
    playerColor: "74941f",
    endVideoBehavior: "reset"
    Wistia.plugin.transcript(wistiaEmbed, {
    version: "v2",
    position: "right"
    <script charset="ISO-8859-1" src=""></script>
    <noscript id="wistia_z1kxkjgvmf_noscript_transcript">I'm Dr. Jason Attaman. I'm double board certified in the specialty of physical medicine and rehabilitation, and the sub specialty of pain medicine and interventional pain management.
    Oftentimes I see patients that come to me that have been told repeatedly by multiple doctors that they just have to live with their pain, that there's nothing else that can be done. But in reality, the issue is that they have not had the resources for the proper treatment.
    The doctors that I had had experience with, a lot of them their only solution for me was to medicate me. And I actually had one doctor tell me that I can't fix you. All I can do is just prescribe pain medication for you. And I'm still young, and I want to live my life and not be on medication forever, so it was exciting to come to Dr. Attaman and learn from the very first appointment that his goal was to get rid of the pain and to get rid of the medicine as well. So that I could go on living my life free of all of that.
    The most important thing I can offer a patient is hope. Most of the people that come see me have suffered for years with their pain, sometimes decades. And they've been repeatedly told that there's nothing left to be done, that they have to live with their pain, or even that they're imagining their pain. Ninety-nine percent of the time there are treatments available for people with chronic pain that have never been offered to them. And I pride myself on finding those options for the patient.
    I really want them to leave the office with a sense of hope. One of the things that I strive for is to be able to give patients the whole continuum of treatment options for their pain. And that's what differentiates me and my clinic from other locations, or other physicians.
    When I came to see Dr. Attaman he definitely gave me treatment choices that I had not previously been offered.
    That is my role as a specialist, is to understand these nuances and try to come up with a different angle to treating the patient. When patients come to me for the first time for an initial consultation, I do a very thorough review of their past medical treatments, their imaging reports, any studies they've had done, notes from the previous physicians, and I try to take a very comprehensive history from the patient. I need to understand how my patient is suffering because people perceive pain in different fashions. It affects their lives differently.
    He's always kind. The entire staff is amazing and I feel like now they're my second family.
    We treat patients with what's called a multi-disciplinary approach, which means I, as the physician, will diagnose and order specific treatments for the patient for the best outcome. And that is variable but it can include pain psychology, where we work with PhD level psychologists who specializes in pain. Physical therapists who help reeducate the patient with range of motions. Injections, which help reduce pain. Manipulation, which sometimes works sufficiently on it's own or needs a team approach.
    He was willing to try more advanced treatments that definitely weren't offered to me by other doctors. And by doing those procedures I was able to get rid of my pain.
    The bottom line is that we tailor the approach and the treatment plan for the specific patient. So when a patient comes to me I don't see them as a herniated disc, I don't see them as an amputee. I see them as a person experiencing, and suffering from, a certain type of pathology. And each person requires an individualized treatment.
    Before I started seeing Dr. Attaman my pain level was between an eight and a nine on a scale of 10. And I was not able to physically do normal daily activities. And after coming to Dr. Attaman, my pain now is about 95% gone.
    One of the greatest things in my life has been to see patients that have been incapacitated by their pain get back to their life. Even if it's not in full. Even if it's some sort of small aspect of their life that they had lost. And, oftentimes, we have patients that have even more dramatic recovery. Climbing to the top of mountains, or getting out of wheelchairs.
    When I was experiencing pain, I was not able to do normal daily functions such as unloading the dishwasher, going up and down the stairs in my home. Now, to go from feeling like I have no life and no hope and that this was what it was going to be, to being able to do things like-- I never thought I would be excited about unloading the dishwasher, or doing laundry, or going up and down the stairs. But it's been amazing to have my life back.
    I really enjoy my profession because I get to allow patients to enjoy their life better. I'm a quality of life physician. I don't necessarily save lives too often, but I save quality of lives. And that brings me a lot of personal satisfaction. </noscript>

    Posted 4 years ago #
  13. Would you like me to delete the above as well? Otherwise I am not running any plugins, deactivated everything except the two mandatory plugins Force Strong Passwords and WP Engine System both of which WP engine requires to be run.

    Posted 4 years ago #
  14. Elliott

    Ok, it's working now.

    Add this to your custom CSS,

    .slide_content { overflow: visible !important; }

    Posted 4 years ago #
  15. Elliot:

    YES! This looks perfect. I am now going to reactivate all plugins and cloudflare and hope it holds up. Will get back to you!

    Posted 4 years ago #
  16. Elliot, everything is now working perfectly. thanks so much! jason

    Posted 4 years ago #


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