Support » Theme: Slightly » Use full width for page

  • Hello,

    first off thank you for that beautiful theme!

    My question is quite simple: I would like to use the whole width of a page for content as I would like to use it for an online shop. I found this in the CCS already

    {max-width:1200px;margin:0
    auto;padding:0
    30px}

    but cannot find the option to make the content itself wider. You help would very much appreciated.

    Thank you
    Stephan

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Theme Author nickcil

    (@nickcil)

    Hi Stephan,

    The width of the content in the theme isn’t really made to be customizable. You can override the CSS in a number of ways but the adjustments you make will need to vary depending on the page layout.

    Which page are you trying to make full width?

    Hello nickcil,

    thanks for your fast reply. I understand, but I like that theme so much, I really want to use it 🙂 I would like to make the width of the pages a bit wider which contain the shop, like this one: https://tshirts.berlin/de/berlin/

    There is a second issue I found when using different/mobile browsers: on the Mac in Safari it works as I think expected: when you make the window narrow the menu collapses and shows the name of the site on left side and a “menu” point on the right. Simple and straight. When I use a different browser though, like Firefox or Opera on Mac or Safari on iOS, then I get something like the compact menu but already extended with all the sub points. In addition, it shows the sentence “Skip to content” above all. That looks odd on the iPhone, especially though on the Mac. Can you tell me if that is a bug or something I can configure?

    Thanks a lot!

    Theme Author nickcil

    (@nickcil)

    It appears you may have another plugin or additional CSS that is messing with the theme’s CSS. It shouldn’t display that way, try disabling some plugins one at a time and see if something else is affecting it.

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