Make use of the space that Gutenberg has been given.
Why is Gutenberg so narrow and does not make proper use of the space it’s been given in the admin? This plugin simply makes Gutenberg wider and thereby better. It gives you the freedom of working with blocks in the size you want, no longer restricting you to a paltry 610 pixels.
If you want a specific size of the content in the editor there is also a settings page for that!
For an even better experience in Gutenberg, use together with Welcome to the block editor B gone and Fullscreen mode B gone.
Fatso under Plugins on your WordPress install or download and:
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
- Edit awesomer (it’s a word, I promise)
Is awesomer really a word?
No, it isn’t.
Contributors & Developers
“Fatso” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
“Fatso” has been translated into 5 locales. Thank you to the translators for their contributions.
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- Smaller css
- Allow align wide
- Allow align full
- Width for header
- Stop setting width on sub elements
- Keep the popovers from being positioned under the admin menu when not using full screen mode
- Bug fix, using settings
- Maybe too simple. Added some more css.
- Updated description
- Simplified css for latest Gutenberg
- Width for header
- Domain Path
- Better css catching some non-standard blocks
- Cleaner uninstall
- Uninstall, remove saved data when you uninstall Fatso
- Translation for admin
- Cache busting of admin css for new plugin versions
- Center for Block list appender
- Width for nested blocks
- Changed function name to avoid conflict
- No fatsoing of components menu
- Default to default. 😂
- Plugin action link added.
- Settings page for the width you want.
- Ready for the world!