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  • I am fairly new to workdpress and css as a whole. I have gotten to customize some of my site to make it like I want, but currently can’t figure out something.
    I’m wanting to play with the width of the entire page and have a border on the back.

    I’m just trying to shrink it up a bit and make it a little nicer.

    I would appreciate any assistance. I have done searches through the forums but can’t locate any of the items to change int he stylesheet on my site.

    Thanks
    mike

    P.s. site it http://www.epperson.cc

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  • Well, right now it is fluid width.

    In order to set a certain width, you should wrap the whole thing in something like

    <div id=”container”>
    <div id=”mainlink”>Skip to main content.</div>

    <div id=”footer”>
    <hr />

    The Epperson Family is proudly powered by
    WordPress
    and <a href=”http://beeblebrox.net/projects/wordpress-theme”
    >Beeblebrox Theme

    Entries (RSS) and
    Comments (RSS).

    <!–
    18 queries. 0.878 seconds.
    –>

    </div>
    </div>
    </body>
    </html>

    Then, in your CSS have

    #container {
    border: 1px solid #000000;
    width: 770px;
    }

    Or whatever width, however you want the border, blah.

    But, I believe this should be in “Themes and Templates”.

    Thanks for the quick reply I appreciate the help.

    I understand the CSS entry for the width, but where exactly would I place the wrap? <div id=container>, etc.

    Thanks again for any assistance.

    Right where I showed you, below <body> above <div id=”mainlink”>, and the closing div before </body>

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