Support » Theme: Emphaino » Change the width of single post?

  • Resolved Hanalin

    (@hanalin)


    How can I change the width of the single post? I’d like it to match the header width but I can’t find the correct location to edit that.

    Thanks.

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  • Theme Author Srini G

    (@srinig)

    Well, the narrower single posts is designed on purpose for better readability, especially for the text-intensive posts. But if you want to expand the content area to match the header width, you can copy and paste the code below in ‘Custom CSS’ (the bottom-most option in theme customizer, under ‘Other Settings’).

    .single .content-area, .page .content-area, .one-col-excerpts .content-area, .one-col-full-posts .content-area, .no-js .content-area {
    	max-width: 940px;
    	max-width: 94rem;
    }
    .hentry {
    	max-width: 900px;
    	max-width: 90rem;
    }

    Awesome! Thank you so much!

    My blog is more picture oriented so wider content width helps. But yes I will keep the width as default for more text intensive blog.

    Theme Author Srini G

    (@srinig)

    I’ve had more than one person complain about the narrower single posts in the past two days, and I must admit, it does look a little odd. So, i’ve widened the single post content area and updated the theme to 1.1 (it will be live soon). It’s not the same as the custom CSS I mentioned above. The content box is widened to match header width and actual width of the content inside is increased a little, but more padding around content and increase in content font size means readability doesn’t suffer. Hopefully this works better than the older version.

    This has stopped working with version 1.1. Any ideas?

    Theme Author Srini G

    (@srinig)

    raiinkiing, see my previous comment.

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