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  • I am working in Twenty Twenty-One as well. When I look up this issue on line I see videos showing the user selecting the separator, going to Block, then the Style and there is a Wide option. This is a demo at WordPress.com showing how to use the separator block.

    That option does not appear in my (latest) version of Twenty Twenty-One. The only choice is a very narrow centered line. That makes the page look terrible.

    The option of Wide and Full are available through a popup menu. But, as stated above, they do not work.

    Cue the commercial slogan voiceover: Brought to you by WordPress Gutenberg… “You can’t do that in WordPress anymore.”

    • This reply was modified 2 months, 2 weeks ago by madge22.
    • This reply was modified 2 months, 2 weeks ago by madge22.
    Thread Starter madge22

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    Never mind. Apparently it is Arial. I thought perhaps a site I was exploring had the font changed.

    I would have deleted this query but cannot seem to do so.

    Thread Starter madge22

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    threadi, Yes I saw that. Thanks. I was not replying to you, I was answering the question put to me by another poster.

    The site is not online. I will look for the code when next I have time to to focus on that project.

    Thread Starter madge22

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    Thank you for the help. mrstom414, what I refer to this. When an image opens as a Media File, it opens in a page that shows the image, without a tile at the top. The image can be enlarged to its full size. But without clicking on it to enlarge it, the image is placed in a black void, rather than the background color of the site.

    I wondered if that black background (lack of) color could be altered.

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