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  • Hi,

    You can manage those widget padding from: Edit page > edit row > row styles > theme > top/bottom padding.

    Let me know how it goes.

    Thread Starter dnk3232

    (@dnk3232)

    Thank you,

    That helped to get rid of the top/bottom padding but I still can’t get rid of padding on the right/left sides. For example, if I put a background image in one of the widgets that I want to span across the whole page how would I do that?

    Hi,

    Sorry for late reply. To make the section of your widgets displayed full width, you have to change the row layout of the rows. Please edit page > edit row > row styles > theme > row layout > full width

    Helly I have the same issue,

    I have row (set to full-width-stretched, top/bottom padding 0) with 2 columns, left a text widget, right a video widget. Top/bottom padding 0 works.
    And then I set “padding 0” in the video widget to get rid of the right whitespace, but still has white space on the right (is this a css bug?).

    I could fix it via custom css but I wanted to use the build in options, especially to make it easier for non-admins who work with the site.

    Thank you

    Hi @fantasmo,

    Please clarify that you’ve checked the Column Padding in Edit Row > Row Styles (scroll the option to the bottom)

    Oha 🙂 thank you that was it.
    Thank you for your help!

    I am wanting to remove the padding below the title bar on each of the pages could you help me or show me what I am doing wrong I have the padding set to 0px on everything but every time the setting says 100px my Web page is http://Www.trxctiming.com

    I fixed the padding issue i was having but now i am running into another padding problem, Now i would like to shrink the padding around my content area here is my website.

    http://trxctiming.com/wp2/track-field/track-field-meet-information/

    I am using tablepress in this page but I dont think that is the problem and I have the full-width template selected for the page attributes but I do not like that there is so much space on the right and left of my data. Can anyone help me

    Hello @zreece3,

    You can use this CSS code to make the content displayed full-width:

    .page-id-67 .page-wrap .content-wrapper.container {
        width: 100%;
    }

    That worked great. Where did you find the page-id for that page? I have a few other pages I would like this to them

    Yes, I am using page-id to achieve that.
    You can use “Inspect element of the browser to get the page id:
    1. Right click your browser then click “inspect” http://prntscr.com/du4cn9
    2. Here is the page-id http://prntscr.com/du4cbd

    Can I change this code

    .page-id-4756 .page-wrap .content-wrapper.container {
    width: 90%;
    }

    so that it would apply for every page? I am guessing that I would need to change something in the .page-id-, Ive tried -all with no success

    Hi,

    You can just need to change .page-id-4756 to .page

    zreece3 please, how did you manage to remove the 100px padding? I dont know where it is anymore, it is not even in the parent theme css file anywhere T.T

    thank youu!

    @petra47
    I went to Appearance and Customize then at the bottom there is an Additional CSS area and I put this information in

    @media (min-width:769px) {
    .page-wrap .content-wrapper.container {
    width: 90%;
    }

    }

    @media (max-width:768px) {

    .page-wrap .content-wrapper.container {
    width: 100%;
    }

    }

    I broke it down for media breaks as well so if someone was looking at it on a mobile device it would use 100% of the page and then one a computer it would use 90% of the screen. I do not like using px any more because of all of the different sizes %’s have worked better for me. If you want to have the same padding for both devices just put this in

    .page-wrap .content-wrapper.container {
    width: 100%;
    }

    and select the width you want

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