Support » Theme: Pilot Fish » updated the theme and now it takes up the whole screen

  • Hi
    I am using wordpress 3.4.2 and updated pilot fish to Version 0.3.2. Now my website (menu, logo, everything) takes up the whole screen. How do I keep it centered in the browser how I had it before updating? So that it looks like the preview/demo of pilot fish. I want extra space around my content. Not having the content go all the way to the edges of my window.

    Please help to fix or how to go to the previous version where it was fine.?

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  • also at the bottom of my pages there is “Page Hierarchy” which shows the main page, subpage and the page im currently in. This is too much info and it wasnt there before. how do I get rid of this also? I tried everything I can to get my website to center on the screen and it wont. It keeps taking up the whole browser

    please help

    look at the bottom. it shows ” Page Hierarchy: Packaging and 3D items
    Graphic Design
    Brand Identity
    Packaging and 3D items”

    this wasnt here before

    Andrew Nevins


    WCLDN 2018 Contributor | Volunteer support

    When modifying a theme you’ve not made from scratch, do-so using a Child Theme. A Child Theme creates an environment whereby neither the theme nor your changes will be compromised whence the theme updates.

    I dont understand. what happens if I already clicked on the upgrade the theme version and my display changed into taking up the whole screen. can I go back to my previous settings/version so that my website is centered in the browser?

    Andrew Nevins


    WCLDN 2018 Contributor | Volunteer support

    No. Your changes are erased.

    I never made changes to the original theme…the only thing I changed was that i put my logo on top…i never messed with the rest of the theme or any coding. do you think if I erase the theme and download n install again it will look like its suposed to?
    i just want the website centered as it is in the preview. how can I do this?

    Theme Author Daniel Zhao


    you can just add

    .page-hierarchy {
    display: none;

    to the style.css

    and all the page hierarchy stuff will disappear.

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