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    Brandon Rubio
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    Anyone know of CSS (or other method) that I can add to make the FULL WIDTH CONTAINER short code the full width of the browser window (like a slider)?

    I’ve tried adding this:

    …but it throws off content of my whole site. I have tried all the combinations with the the “100% Width” and “Full Width” templates and adjusting the page options but I can’t seem to get the shortcode to go full width of the browser window.

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  • Denzel Chia
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    #20535 |

    Hi,

    Please use a 100% width template and the full width shortcode.
    Then post the url here. I need to take a look and see if I can provide you the solution.

    Thanks!

    Brandon Rubio
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    #20595 |

    Thank you – I believe the problem was that I had been switching to 100% layout template without updating and trying to preview the changes. Once I actually published with the 100% width template, the previews were showing the full-width container shortcodes properly.

    I appreciate your response. This post can be closed.

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