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[Resolved] Positioning CSS

  • Hi guys, bit of a noob with CSS and i’m having problems positioning my content. I’m trying to make a new full width page template. I removed the side bar however I cant position my content.

    THIS IS HOW IT CURRENTLY LOOKS

    I would like the content in the center in line with the banners. Also I need to make the content width bigger the style CSS doesnt seem to change it?

    My current css:

    #content-fullwidth {
    padding-top: 0px;
    position:relative;
    left:500px;
    }

    I’ve had the content all over the page with my poverty css but when I did get it in place it would change location when you changed the window size 🙁

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  • Moderator Michael

    @alchymyth

    Forum Moderator

    please post a live link to the problem page – a screenshot is of very limited use when dealing with formatting questions.

    what theme are you using?

    http://shropshireembroidery.co.uk/full/

    You will need to log in as this is my test site

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    The theme is custom however its based of something named bones from what I can gather

    Problem solved, I changed
    <div id="main" class="ninecol first clearfix" role="main">
    in the widepage template php to
    <div id="main" class="widecol first clearfix" role="main">

    Then I added the following into the css:

    .widecol {
      width: 100.0%;
    }

    Marking this topic as resolved,

    thanks

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