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Add full width elements

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  • #8661
    Herb Trevathan
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    Any idea how to build these full width sections with Jumpstart?…

    the ones on the homepage with full width different color backgrounds…

    see here: http://herbtrevathan.com/newwebsite2013/

    Honestly, I have new rMBP and want to move on from being another genesis fanboy or whatever.

    If I can figure out these homepage layouts then the rest is intuitive as can be with your framework. I really would rather use your stuff entirely.

    So my goal here is not to be lazy, I just want to move all of my production to your framework and I am only stumped on making these full width elements which span the whole page, are wider than the content and can have a different class to assign a color…

    Any help would be greatly appreciated – I am clearly in my own way on this…

    I looked at the stretched child theme and see no different functions or anything to alter the divs…

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  • #8663
    Jason Bobich
    Keymaster

    I looked at the stretched child theme and see no different functions or anything to alter the divsā€¦

    As explained here, this all really just CSS. See the style.css of the stretched child theme.

    I totally understand not everyone is a developer; we have great customization partners at WerkPress, if you want to go that route.

    http://support.themeblvd.com/customizations/

    #8672
    Jason Bobich
    Keymaster

    In style.css of stretch child theme, elements within main sections are given a width and centered, opposed to the entire outside container.

    #top #branding,
    #featured .featured-inner,
    #main .main-inner,
    #featured_below .featured_below-inner,
    #footer_content .footer_content-inner,
    #footer_sub_content {
    	margin: 0 auto;
    	max-width: 940px;
    }

    (Copied from top of stretch child theme’s style.css)

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