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TOPIC: How to make article page full width

How to make article page full width 19 Aug 2012 02:30 #878

I turned off all modules on article page. But when I publish an article, there are some space on the right. I want to make article page full width. How can I do that ?
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Re: How to make article page full width 20 Aug 2012 07:57 #885

You go to templates.css file : line 286 remove this line:
width: 295px;
then go to line 435 remove this line:
width: 435px;
  • mars

Re: How to make article page full width 14 Dec 2012 03:35 #1479

Hi. That works great if ALL articles are set to go full width, but it doesn't work if some pages require modules in those pages and others don't. It's an all or nothing solution really.

Is there a way to set it so articles go full page width only in pages where modules are not displayed in the module position 'right'? That would be very, very useful.

These Joomfreak templates are really fantastic guys. Thanks for all your hard work.

Mike

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Re: How to make article page full width 17 Dec 2012 08:19 #1482

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