Scrolling header doesn't work properly!

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I have a scrolling header on my website (www.lorchestre-du-monde.org) with various photos added. First of all there is a gap in between the photos as they scroll round. However the most irritating thing is that when previewed everything seems to be correct (apart from this gap) on every page, but when published, some of the photos appear cut off at the top with white space showing. This only occurs on some of the pages. I have tried to adjust, but as there is no information available to suggest what the problem might be I don't know what to do to solve the problem. There is no guidance as to the optimum sizes (dimensions or pixels) that should be used. Why not set up a template into which photos can be set, with an adjustable no of photos that can be used? Or just sort out the problem above. I urgently need to sort this problem out as the site looks amateurish at the moment!
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The preview and live site look the same to me. There is a gap between the last and first photo, but I don't see any other gaps. Did you figure this out?

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I tried copying the banner that appears ok and copying/publishing on another page, but that didn't work. Very odd. After that I didn't do anything in particular other than just slightly tweak the size of the scroll banner online by tiny amounts (less than a fraction of a mm! But it's taken alot of time and hassle.

If it finally looks ok to you on every page then that's great. But setting up the the scrolling header should be rather easier to manipulate. At the moment it is a simple process, but it's simplicity also makes it inflexible. At that gap between the photos looks bad.

Thanks for the comment.

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