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[Resolved] css Styling Question

  • I am trying to increase the default width and height of my wordpress pages. I am currently using the frontier theme and was hoping for some direction.

    Inside the style.css I have been playing around with various widths and heights, but have not gotten my desired functionality.

    My navigation panel with dropdown cells that traverse you between the various site pages, get “cut-off” when they reach the bottom of the page (or the right-side edge).

    By increasing the page size I believe all of my navigation cells will be able to fit on the page, thus getting rid of the irritating “cut-off” cells.

    Any information on which containers/attributes need to be edited to handle this would be much appreciated!

    -Kevin

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  • Theme Author ronangelo

    @ronangelo

    By increasing the page size I believe all of my navigation cells will be able to fit on the page, thus getting rid of the irritating “cut-off” cells.

    Increasing the Content Width and/or the Sidebar Width will increase the overall page width. Those settings are on the very first page of the theme options.
    Go to Frontier Options -> Display

    Thank you! I had no idea these fields existed on the admin side.

    I was manually changing the pxls, paddings, etc. in the .css files..

    This is exactly what I was looking for!

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