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Hello Support team,
can you give me some advise how I could create a template where I’m able to use the full (or at least a certain) width of the website?
With the standard format I have just limited space. I’d need 120px more (on the right side) to display a table left aligned withe the navigation.
Any help would be highly appreciated!
If you go to the Template Builder, you can create a template there with the Page Content element and set the layout to full width. Save it as “Full Width” or something like that. Then you can assign it to any page you want to be full width.
I have seen this opportunity and I know how to use it
Unfortunately I just can use the space which is determined by global settings.
So full width is limited to a certain pixel value I assume.
If you want to go larger than the main container area, you would be better off creating a single html page and linking to it via popup or opening it in a new window. Otherwise you would have to break the whole main container and then you start running into more and more fixes being needed.
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