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    Question Strange image re-size issue

    I am using the Twitter Bootstrat Freelance theme (http://startbootstrap.com/templates/freelancer/) and have incorporated Own Carousel.js (http://www.owlcarousel.owlgraphic.com/demos/demos.html).

    All is working well apart from whenever I click an image to view it in a modal window, it appears the wrong size - until I resize my browser window, or refresh the page, or eg press f12. It then seems to 'fix itself'.

    Not sure if this is a js conflict issue or I am doing something silly (I am quite new to js). I have looked at the console and can't see any errors, I have also tried different versions of jquery and bootstrap however no difference.

    I have created a jsfiddle here http://jsfiddle.net/johnny_s/34L6t/2/ If you view the jsfiddle, try click an image and once it opens in the modal window, resize the screen slightly and you will see what I mean. It somehow suddenly fixes itself.

    I would appreciate any help or direction on this issue, as I am trying to create a personal project which needs to be finished quite soon :s

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    Your code is a JavaScript framework, please try asking in the JavaScript frameworks forum for help.
    If your post falls off the page, bump it. ...
    Please remember to wrap any code you have in forum tags:-

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    Apologies, now moving thread.

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