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    (@obergmarkus)


    if you have a look at my website you see a brightgrey background in the middle. How do i make it scaleable so it follow my other design when i resize the browser window?

    here´s a example how i want it to be.. link

    I’m not the best on html/css so can someone have a look at my css and help out?
    that would be great! thanx!

    Regards
    Markus

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  • You have to set the width to 100% instead of giving it a fixed width.

    Ok cool! Do you mean for all of the design or just the background?
    can someone help me out here? 🙂

    Well, the background is always 100%. You basically have to look for the divs that wrap your whole site. It might be your header, footer and sth. called wrapper or so. Those divs all have the same width which you need to change to 100%. After that you need to change the width of the divs within your wrapping divs as well.

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