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How to stretch page content to full width

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    Jason Bobich


    With the Denali theme, this is how standard “full width” sidebar layout is laid out, and is the design of the theme, in order to allow page with no sidebars to be more readable. This is demonstrated all throughout the theme’s live demo.

    A couple things you could possibly do:

    Option 1: For a particular page, if you want more control over that page and how it’s laid out, you can utilize the layout builder. Here’s a basic overview video of the layout builder:

    Option 2: There is no feature to change this for standard pages. So, in order to do this, you’d need accomplish through your own CSS customizations. — For CSS changes, it’s a good idea to use a tool like firebug or Google Chrome’s built-in developer tools to locate them and then put the edits either in your child theme‘s style.css or in the “Custom CSS” option on your theme options page.

    .full_width .blog, .full_width .post_list,
    .single .full_width #content > .inner,
    .page-template-default .full_width #content > .inner,
    .page-template-template_archives .full_width #content > .inner,
    .page-template-template_sitemap .full_width #content > .inner,
    .element-section > .element-blog,
    .element-section > .element-post_list,
    .element-section > .element-current {
    	width: 100%;
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