Hello everyone. I’ve had such great help from WordPress people in the past, so I am sure that someone brilliant knows how to fix the issue with my website, http://nycnosh.com
The issue is simply that when viewed in a browser window that extends beyond about 1300 or 1400 pixels wide, my side bar ends up out in the boondocks on the right side of the screen, while the main content window ends up stretched way beyond an aesthetically pleasing width.
I love that the main content window resizes itself dynamically, but only up to that 1300 pixel width. Beyond that point, things go ugly fast. So here’s what I would like to do:
I would like to set up the style so that if a person’s browser window is wider than, say 1200 pixels, the main content window remains a fixed width (say 600 pixels) and the sidebar only migrates out 1200 pixels from the left edge of the browser window. Everything to its right would remain white.
Is there an easy way to set up an if browser window width>=1200… script that creates a contingency for wide browsers? I would still like to retain the dynamic placement and sizing below this point, so setting absolute values isn’t something I want to do.
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