Change Main Width

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    Ageng D Prastyawan
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    Hi Sean,
    I try to edit the default main width by add .main{width:1100px}. It has change, but that is not the problem.

    The problem is, the content and sidebar width is not adjusting automatically. So, there is any large space with content and sidebar.

    So, is there any suggestion how to fix it ?

    Thank you 🙂


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    Hi there. Sorry for the delay here. You are correct that they do not adjust automatically. The content and sidebar containers have defined widths. So if you make structure changes to the container that holds them, you have the freedom to define the new widths of the content and sidebar. You may not want it to stay the same proportions, which is what percentage widths would case.

    What you need to do is use your inspector to see the CSS selectors used for the defined widths of the containers and set them to what you want them to be in your child theme just like you did with the main class. Remember, Volatyl is designed for you do do the visual work while it handles the coding… like a framework should. So it’s really hands on.

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