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  • Leander
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    Hi,
    is it possible to insert a “full width” area into a page? I currently redesigning my static page and was wondering if I could add an image which has the same size as the footer/header.

    Example:
    <a href=’http://postimage.org/image/jl2ni0wxd/’ target=’_blank’><img src=’http://s16.postimage.org/jl2ni0wxd/Full_width_area.jpg’ border=’0′ alt=”Full width area” /></a>


    Leander
    Participant

    Basically, what I’m askig is if it is possible to insert a div container with a width of ~2000px while keeping the “main” container of ~ 940px.
    Ex.

    Andy
    Andy
    Keymaster

    You would need to change the width values of the following CSS elements in DynamiX/style.css:

     

    .inner-page {

    #header {

    #footer {


    Leander
    Participant

    Alright, I have no idea how to do that. Let’s assume I change:

    .inner-page {

    #header {

    #footer {
    will that change the entire content area (which is ~940px) or will I have to insert some HTML to indicate from which point on the width should change? Is it actually possible to have different containers of different widths which are editable in the back-end of WP?

    Is this a larger project? If so, I’ll probably hire a freelancer instead of keep on asking you and wasting your time.

     


    Leander
    Participant

    I’ve tried to add
    .page-id-4324 #inner-page {width:2000px;}
    to the skin settings but it didn’t work.

    Andy
    Andy
    Keymaster

    Try adding !important rule e.g.

     

    .page-id-4324 #inner-page {width:2000px !important;}


    Leander
    Participant

    I’m afraid it didn’t work.

     

    Andy
    Andy
    Keymaster

    My apologies it should be

     

    .page-id-4324 .inner-page {width:2000px !important;}


    Leander
    Participant

    Brought me just what I wanted, thanks!

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