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[Resolved] Applying fixed page width?

  • Hey all,

    A question about page width using the Pinboard theme (and editing it with a child css).

    All my pages in the navigation menu are the same width (ie. http://the-wolf-and-i.com/contact/), but when I create sub-pages they seem like they have been stretched so that everything is slightly larger (ie. http://www.the-wolf-and-i.com/contact/contact-form/).

    Is there a way to have a fixed – width for all the pages (preferably to the larger of the two). And does that also mean that I need to then re-edit all the typography elements to have them match up?

    Cheers, Mike

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  • Moderator Michael

    @alchymyth

    Forum Moderator

    is slightly larger

    how much larger?

    have you considered the effect of the vertical scrollbar?

    Exact dimensions I’m not too sure about – but it’s not the scroll bar. As I mentioned it seems as if the entire page has been stretched to larger dimensions – the page wrapper itself has widened, text has enlarged etc. The links to the site are in my original post if you need to take a look….

    Moderator Michael

    @alchymyth

    Forum Moderator

    I checked your site before my reply, and I could not see any differences in the width of the pages;

    have you checked and excluded any browser zoom settings?

    You were right – it was the zoom settings! I’d never come across that before – thanks for pointing me in the right direction – I appreciate it!!

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