Fullpage slider has some empty space in the right

If you are displaying only our Fullpage slider on a page, so nothing more, you might experience an issue, that there is an empty space on the right side:

This space happens, because we are using JavaScript to figure out how big your browser's screen is and we are adjusting the Fullpage slider to that size. But because of this, on page load you might have a scrollbar on the right, which disappears after your page finished loading, as you don't have other contents to scroll to, just the JavaScript code returned the page's width while the scrollbar took some of the space. We made a couple options to avoid having this issue:

Hide website's scrollbar

With the  Hide website's scrollbar option you will have an overflow:hidden; css code on the <html> and <body> tag of your website, which should hide the scrollbar even on page load.

Browser scroll fix

The  Browser scroll fix (Fullpage) option puts your slider into an iframe. This could be good for cases, when you want to scroll the page in certain scenarios, like if you have a mobile menu on top of the slider which needs scrolling when you open its menuitems up.

Delayed

When the  Delayed (for lightbox/tabs) option is used, our slider does its calculations at a later time, not right away on page loading. This option by itself probably won't be enough, but combining it with one of the previous options could help.

Trigger resizing with JavaScript

With this code you can trigger the resizing of your slider after the given time:

jQuery(window).load(function(){
	setTimeout(function(){
	    jQuery.each(window['n2ss']['sliders'], function(index, value){
	        window['n2ss']['sliders'][index].responsive.doResize();
	    });
	}, 300);
});

jQuery(window).resize(function(){
	setTimeout(function(){
	    jQuery.each(window['n2ss']['sliders'], function(index, value){
	        window['n2ss']['sliders'][index].responsive.doResize();
	    });
	}, 300);
});

You could insert it into the  JavaScript callbacks of your slider:

This could help, because if you use this code what would happen is, that your slider loads with that space on the right, but then there wouldn't be a scrollbar anymore, so after 300 milliseconds this code would retrigger the calculations and that should give a good result. You could try to change the 300ms to get the optimal result.