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Using the Roundabout shortcode in header
April 4, 2013
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If you need to have your roundabout display in a certain place, such as before your nav bar, you can add this code to header.php where you would like it to appear:

You may need to reposition some elements, including the main container for roundabout (#roundabout-container) via your stylesheet.

If you need to center it, just use half the width (that you have set in the roundabout admin settings) in your css (use a negative).

Eg. if your roundabout container is set to 800px wide:
#roundabout-container {
margin-left: -400px;
margin-right: -400px;
left: 50%;
right: 50%;}

Then, all you have to do is, in your media library, attach the images to whatever page you would like a particular set of image/roundabout to appear on.

If you do not attach images to that page, nothing will be affected.

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