Rotating Images

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Release date: January 4, 2010 (beta), March 5, 2010 (stable)


Images other than first appear lower (or smaller in height) in spite of actually being the same size

Add the following at the end of your theme's style.css:

#rotating-images-rotator_1 img {
   margin-top: 0;

If you add additional rotating image groups you may need to change the 1 above to 2, 3, 4 and so on for each instance.

For an explanation, see

Update: If the above CSS code doesn't work, use the following:

#ithemesrotatingimages-1 img {
   margin-top: 0;


Rotating Images is blank or works only when there is one image

Sometimes, your Rotating Images may just show a blank area with no images. There can be a couple of reasons for this:

1 : Corrupt or bad image

Sometimes one of the images you upload either do not get transferred properly or have an issue. Delete and re-upload all the images to your Rotating Images group to fix this. Make sure you delete the files completely in WordPress media and not just delete the group entries in Rotating Images.


2 : Conflicting Plugins like W3 Total Cache

W3 Total Cache and other plugins have been known to cause conflicts from time to time. Try disabling all your other plugins while keeping Rotating Images active to solve this.


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Additional Resources

  1. Purchase Rotating Images (with Billboard)
  2. PluginBuddy Tutorials
  4. Support Forums