Make a Full Width Page For Your WordPress Theme

A Full Width Page is one that has no sidebars and all the width of the page is just content. Such a page has many applications. You might not wish to show sidebars on your contact page for instance. Well, lets see some better applications of Full-Width Pages.

Full Width Page in WordPress

Making a Sales Page – Traditional sales pages don’t have sidebars (haven’t you seen those pages with lots of customer feedback and that pages where you have to scroll miles and miles to see the end?). Removing Sidebar makes it look better.

Search Result Pages for Google Custom Search Engine – If you choose to display results of Google CSE on your own pages; the script they give you can insert ads on the right of the searches just as we see on Google. A full width page can make way for the ads.

Enough, lets do it.

Best WordPress Themes

Going Full Width on any WordPress Theme

As an example, I will use this Theme – This Just In!. It’s a simple and elegant Free Theme and comes with an image gallery just below the header.

Step 1 – Make a Page Template

Pages in WordPress are defined by page.php in the theme. Make a copy of page.php and rename it as fullwidth.php. It doesn’t matter what you name it, it can be yourname.php instead.

Now add the following to the start of the code in fullwidth.php :

Template Name: Full Width

Save and lo! we just defined a custom page template.

Step 2 – Rip Off the Sidebars

Sidebars are included in the page template using this :

<?php get_sidebar(); ?>

Delete it from fullwidth.php. In most themes it should be towards the end of the code. Sidebars are gone.

Step 3 – Define a Full Width Style

Open up style.css and find where the style of the content area is defined. Usually its called #content. In our example theme, the style is defined as:

margin: 5px 35px 0;
font-size: 1.2em;
width: 575px;
float: left;
display: inline;

You can see that in line three the width of the content area is defined as 575 px. Copy paste all the above said code and define a new ID #contentwide as:

margin: 5px 35px 0;
font-size: 1.2em;
width: 850px;
float: left;
display: inline;

The only change being the width in line three as 850px. The value 850 px was found by trial and error.

Step  4 – Add the style to the Page

If you try making a full width page after step 3, you will get a page with no sidebar, but the sidebar area is blank. Why? The page still uses the style in the content ID. Open up fullwidth.php again and change the id content to contentwide in the code.

<div id="contentwide">

That’s it, upload fullwidth.php and style.css to the theme folder.

How to Actually Create a Full Width Page?

Open a New Page Editor. Write in some content. From the right sidebar of the page editor, from the section called Attributes, select Template as Full Width.

Select Full Width Template in Editor

Publish the page. Congrats!

If you have any queries or if I missed anything, use the comments. Hope you enjoyed it and found it useful. What are you using that full width page for?

P.S: If you need help with your theme to make a full width page, contact me with your details.

P.P.S: Also checkout some of the themes that I love here and here. They come with Full width support and great theme options and support. I use these theme on a lot of my projects.

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  1. Posted March 10, 2010 at 23:09 | Permalink

    This is a great tutorial for creating squeeze pages for your blog if you don’t want to pay for one! Thanks!

  2. Posted March 11, 2010 at 01:28 | Permalink

    I’ve used full width on one of my blogs but it is not working as effectively as I would have hoped so I am going to go back to the two column version.

  3. Fred
    Posted March 24, 2010 at 23:29 | Permalink

    Very cool, and just what I needed. Thanks for taking the time to post.

  4. Tomas
    Posted April 3, 2010 at 23:43 | Permalink

    Hi and thanks for the tutorial!

    It’s just what I’m looking for although I’m a little stuck.

    I’m using manifest as my wordpress theme, I tried the above and it doesn’t appear to work.

    It’s a single column template and as opposed to having ‘#content’ it has a #coreContent.

    Would you have any advice for this theme?

    Many thanks!

    • Posted April 5, 2010 at 00:09 | Permalink

      The theme doesnt have a sidebar, rt? I think you are looking to increase its width, so you should probably do that. Isnt it?

  5. Daniel
    Posted May 6, 2010 at 07:28 | Permalink

    I got the template created, and I can see it in the drop down field when I edit pages. But when I select the full width template and save the page, it remains under the default page. Also, I think my theme is way more complex than the one used in your example, and I can decipher which areas to modify to make the full width template actually full width. There’s no one place that I can change the width. There are several widths listed, but I can’t test any of them until I can get my page to save as the full width template.

    Any ideas?

  6. Posted May 14, 2010 at 07:28 | Permalink

    Thanks for the tutorial! I’ve noticed that many of the newer premium themes are now making it a default option to select whether a page is or isn’t full width. I’m glad that they are finally catching on! I use Woo Themes for most of my sites, and all of the newer themes have this feature.

    • Posted May 15, 2010 at 18:59 | Permalink

      woo themes really rock, the wp 3.0 is borrowing some of their code for menu management. :)

  7. Posted June 17, 2010 at 09:46 | Permalink

    The tutorial helped…but now I’ve discovered a bigger issue. My attributes metabox is missing! I’ve made sure I’m at the latest version of WP, optimized and repaired SQL tables, disabled and re-enabled plugins…I’m shooting blanks now.

  8. Posted June 24, 2010 at 03:48 | Permalink

    Thank you so much for the tutorial. I love the “This Just In” theme but was having issues with some content bleeding over into the sidebar. Your fix was perfect for this:

  9. Posted July 7, 2010 at 04:04 | Permalink

    Thank you so much!!! But… how can I add posts in a full width page??? Could you help me?

  10. Jeremy
    Posted July 8, 2010 at 19:43 | Permalink

    Thank you so much for this clear explanation. I looked everywhere for this and this explained it clear and concisely.

    Thanks again for this.

  11. Fatima
    Posted July 10, 2010 at 16:48 | Permalink

    You ROCK…thanks so much!!!!!

  12. Dave
    Posted August 1, 2010 at 16:02 | Permalink

    wow thanks so much for this easy to follow tutorial !!!

  13. Posted August 6, 2010 at 06:48 | Permalink

    Thanks for this lucid and useful explanation.

    I was able to apply your advice to a custom child theme of the twentyten default theme that ships with WordPress 3.0, but I had to make a couple of tweaks. I’m a novice, so these may not be best practices, but I share them in case they’re useful.

    First I followed the instructions here for creating a child theme.

    In Step 1, I added fullwidth.php to my child theme’s folder, not to the main theme’s. (It’s still a copy of page.php from the main theme.)

    In Step 3, I didn’t change style.css in the main theme, but in my child theme.

    In Step 3, I copied EVERY reference to #content from the parent’s style.css to the child’s style.css. I renamed all of them from #content to #contentwide. I believe there were 62 of them.

    In Step 3, instead of changing the width under #contentwide, I added the margins, from something like this in the parent style.css:
    #content { margin: 0 280px 0 20px;}
    to something like this in the child style.css:
    #contentwide { margin: 0 20px 0 20px;}

    That’s it. I haven’t tried all the features yet, but it appears to work.

  14. Matthew Peters
    Posted October 21, 2010 at 08:16 | Permalink

    Thanks so much! You saved me a headache tonight. I think I can all it a night sooner too!

  15. Surendhar
    Posted October 21, 2010 at 09:39 | Permalink

    It works Great

  16. Posted November 12, 2010 at 05:15 | Permalink

    This worked perfectly on my GamePro theme. Thanks!

  17. wing2go
    Posted November 25, 2010 at 07:44 | Permalink

    I’m exhausted trying to make full page in twentyten. When I read Micheal’s method, I thought perhaps that is the thing I have not tried; changing every occurance of content to contentwide in child style.css. There are so many talks out there about changing a few lines of codes such as the width, but never work.

    However, after the changes, it still does not work. I don’t want to give up on twentyten after having done so much on my working protocol. Any help would be appreciated.

    This is my modified fullwide.php after copying from page.php

    <div id="post-” >

    ” . __( ‘Pages:’, ‘twentyten’ ), ‘after’ => ” ) ); ?>
    <?php edit_post_link( __( 'Edit', 'twentyten' ), '’, ” ); ?>

    • Wing2go
      Posted December 20, 2010 at 11:23 | Permalink

      After adjusting the floating of container div with the early instruction, I finally got rid of the sidebar with full width.

  18. Posted December 8, 2010 at 19:56 | Permalink

    Brilliant tutorial. I’m fairly new to WP but you made it simple enough for me to understand and it worked first time! Thank you for taking the time to post this.

  19. Milind
    Posted December 13, 2010 at 04:53 | Permalink

    First of all, your blog, especially the topic here “make a page wide” is excellent. I thought it would work for me, but the theme I am using “exciter” has no sidebars, has no entry as #content either, but I found this “ .column {” but it had very few entries and I did not dare to change. Anyway I have bookmarked your site, subscribed and wish you would post similar items.
    BTW, do you know of any book/site/tutorial that could teach all this? I mean simpler things? I have seen many tuts but even though they aim for beginners, they miss simple topics such as “how to draw a line” or “how to give extra space between lines” or “what is a .div tag” etc. May be sometimes you would write on that. Thanks for writing such a good blog. Cheers

  20. Posted December 20, 2010 at 09:02 | Permalink

    This blog is a lifesaver. I use the EProduct theme from Templatic and they provide a “full-page” php template but it looks really stupid and doesn’t just remove the sidebars.

    After about two hours of fiddling around, flipping back and forth between this blog and my admin section, I finally figured it out!

    My site doesn’t have any full-width pages yet but it will so very soon.


  21. Posted December 20, 2010 at 09:03 | Permalink

    This blog is a lifesaver. I use the EProduct theme from Templatic and they provide a “full-page” php template but it looks really stupid and doesn’t just remove the sidebars.

    After about two hours of fiddling around, flipping back and forth between this blog and my admin section, I finally figured it out!

    My site doesn’t have any full-width pages yet but it will so very soon.


  22. Frank
    Posted January 17, 2011 at 08:10 | Permalink

    Really a wise post, This info was very useful for me for to make the bases for a fullwith page in a template taht have not this resource, Thanks !!!

  23. Posted February 1, 2011 at 17:55 | Permalink

    Maybe you can help, I´m using the smartone theme. When I tried to edit a copy of the page.php file, I couldn´t find the “get_sidebar”-part, that I am supposed to delete. What went wrong? Thanx in advance, your effort is greatly appreciated!

  24. Tim Gauthier
    Posted February 7, 2011 at 21:50 | Permalink

    I’ve tried using your steps with little to no results.
    I mean it all makes sense to me. It should work, but I’m not seeing whats causing the mix up.

    Once I do your steps and then try to make a test full width page and view it… I get a solid white page. Even without source. Any idea what could be causing this?

    The site is: & the test full width page is:

    Thanks in advance.

    • Posted February 8, 2011 at 13:27 | Permalink

      I think you should try it again, I find the theme to be just a simple theme. If it doesn’t work again, please let me know.

      • Posted March 15, 2011 at 04:37 | Permalink

        I’ve finally gotten the code to work. Thanks.

        However it only working properly in Firefox. In chrome and Safari it’s still showing the sidebar under everything.

        you can see this at

        I’ve taken the “get_sidebar” out but for some reason its showing up on Chrome and Safari. Any ideas?

  25. Leah Dossey
    Posted February 8, 2011 at 03:03 | Permalink

    This post is one of the reasons I love the internet. 1 google search + your post + 5 minutes = 1 successful completion of creating my full page template for my site. You’ve been added to my bookmarks as resource. Thanks!

  26. chris
    Posted March 29, 2011 at 00:10 | Permalink

    How do I make my home page full width with Thematic, without making it static… ? THANKS

  27. KafeChew
    Posted April 6, 2011 at 23:31 | Permalink

    Bravo! Finally, I made it! Thanks to your tutorial. After removing the sidebar, I can add a greater size of iframe without causing any conflict anymore! Just that, I still can see the blank sidebar place, but already enough for me. But, if you are free, you maybe take my site a look on the “contentwide” template page. Thanks a lot! You really make my day!

  28. Posted June 25, 2011 at 02:34 | Permalink

    OH my goodness. I took all day to figure out how to go to a full width post and insert a pdf at full width on my WP-Ellie theme. Your tutorial was the key. solved the whole problem I was having in like 5 minutes. Actually WP-Ellie has a page with no side bar options and it was doing exactly what you talked about in beginning of Step 4. So (not knowing a dang thing about code) I just went into the code for “Page–no Sidebar” as you advised for the page and changed it to “contentwide”! Whoopie, I could put in a whole page of text now.

    The pdf thing took quite a while too but changed the Embed code to 850 (as you suggested and Viola!) another problem solved .

    IS there a “Contribute” button around here somewhere??? You are so awesome!

    • Posted June 25, 2011 at 06:55 | Permalink

      Thank you!

      • Posted June 25, 2011 at 07:31 | Permalink

        Contribute buttons are a way of thanking people who give great advice. You can make it in paypal. Often people name them “Buy me a beer”. It is just a way to say thanks to people who really help you. THey put it at the bottom of a post or in their sidebar. The Chief Blonde

        • Posted June 25, 2011 at 07:47 | Permalink

          You already make me really happy, people dont do that, you know! Thank you so much :)

  29. Lee S.
    Posted July 22, 2011 at 16:09 | Permalink

    You rock. I usually know only enough to get into trouble. But, this worked perfectly for me. Thanks for the concise instructions!

  30. ssquirehi
    Posted July 28, 2011 at 07:23 | Permalink

    The tutorial makes sense, but the Full Width page only moved the sidebar a little bit: Any ideas? The template is Versatility Lite 1.6. Thanks.

    • Posted July 28, 2011 at 07:33 | Permalink

      You are almost there. The background uses an image, go find the image VersatilityLite/images/cont-wrap.gif and edit it in photoshop and remove the double shades into one. Let me know if you dont get it right.

    • ssquirehi
      Posted July 28, 2011 at 07:38 | Permalink

      Got it. I had to extend the CSS .post width and edit the background image files. Thanks for the tutorial post.

  31. Swathi Reddy
    Posted August 5, 2011 at 11:00 | Permalink

    thanks thanks thanks.I was finding for this solution how to display installed simple press forum on full page.I wasted time for 3 4 days but i cant solve the problem but at last your information had solved this if any one facing same problem as mine check this link whether you may see what i changed and how my forum is looking like. There is very less information on the web about this simple forum plugin installation in worpress and changing the forum to full page.Thanks very much bye.

  32. danial
    Posted August 29, 2011 at 19:09 | Permalink

    thanks for the info but it still is not clear to me how to make the width bigger. i use twenty ten theme and i want to have my whole theme bigger and larger. i also miss the part of attribute because i can’t find it no where.

  33. Posted September 1, 2011 at 17:29 | Permalink

    Thanks a lot for this useful tutorial. I have gone through a lot of articles and tutorial video’s on how to create a full width page template. and they didn’t work.
    after reading this Tutorial I was able to create a full width sales page on my site.
    thanks again.

  34. Gokay
    Posted September 16, 2011 at 04:47 | Permalink

    Arun, in the page of forum the right sidebar area shows blank. But I’ve deleted necessary code from new template.

    http://www.oyun (delete spaces)

  35. Posted September 27, 2011 at 18:54 | Permalink

    Hello. I hope this thread is still active :D Anyways, i had a problem on step 2, i don’t have anything called ” ” in my page.php (fullwidth.php), sooo.. I am kinda lost at this point.

    Is it named diferent in any way or something?

    Here is my fullwidth code, if that helps.

    <div id="post-">

    <?php the_content('Read the rest of this page'); ?>

    'Pages: ', 'after' => '', 'next_or_number' => 'number')); ?>

    Thank you for awesome guide, i just hope i can get it to work :D

  36. Posted September 27, 2011 at 18:55 | Permalink

    guess my code didnt show.. uhm, here it is.

    <div id="post-”>

    <?php the_content('Read the rest of this page’); ?>

    Pages: ‘, ‘after’ => ”, ‘next_or_number’ => ‘number’)); ?>

  37. Posted October 9, 2011 at 04:26 | Permalink

    The instructions were very easy to understand. I did everything exactly as described but when I go to add a new page there is no option in the attributes for “fullwidth” What did I miss?

    Posted October 24, 2011 at 10:06 | Permalink

    It works Great

  39. Posted November 4, 2011 at 02:44 | Permalink

    Well this post just saved me $68 – so thanks! I was thinking of buying a premium theme purely because the free version did not have the full width page option. Now I don’t need to, thanks again!

  40. Posted December 1, 2011 at 01:07 | Permalink

    Great tutorial! I got it to work on my first try but I was wondering if I could use this to change Buddypress pages to full width pages. When I enable FullWidth on regular pages, the sidebar is hidden but Buddpress pages still show the sidebar. any help would be awesome!

    thanks again

    • Posted December 3, 2011 at 11:20 | Permalink

      BuddyPress has its own files, check inside the BuddyPress themes folder and you will find the file. Do the same there and it should work.

  41. Peter
    Posted December 30, 2011 at 19:00 | Permalink

    Any idea for Parament theme?
    I tried,but no content I could change.Any idea?
    Thanks :)

    • Posted January 1, 2012 at 10:31 | Permalink

      Delete the sidebar and increase the width of #main, that’s it.

      • Peter
        Posted January 1, 2012 at 13:58 | Permalink

        I did remove the sidebar earlier,but I didnt know wh
        }ere the part in css was to change.I changed it to this:
        #main {
        display: inline;/* fix double margin */
        float: left;
        margin: 0 25px 30px 10px;
        width: 660px;
        #mainwide {
        display: inline;/* fix double margin */
        float: center;
        margin: 0 25px 30px 10px;
        width: 1000px;

        Sadly doesn”t work either.

        • Posted January 1, 2012 at 14:05 | Permalink

          In your theme files like index.php and single.php and page.php wherever they have used main (it will be like id=”main”), change it to id=”mainwide”. That will fix it :)

          • Peter
            Posted January 1, 2012 at 14:14 | Permalink

            I changed it to this(they are all the same)But does”nt work
            div id=”container” class=”contain”>

            • Peter
              Posted January 1, 2012 at 14:15 | Permalink

              div id=”container” class=”contain”>

  42. Peter
    Posted January 1, 2012 at 22:54 | Permalink
    • Peter
      Posted January 1, 2012 at 22:55 | Permalink


    • Posted January 1, 2012 at 23:07 | Permalink

      The page template still uses “main” and not “mainwide”. Are you sure you changed main to mainwide in fullwidth.php ?
      see this, I edited the page in firefox and just changed main to mainwide and it worked –

      • Peter
        Posted January 1, 2012 at 23:11 | Permalink

        w00t It worked! Thank you very much!

        • Posted January 1, 2012 at 23:13 | Permalink

          Now my beer makes sense! Thanks! Happy New Year :)

          • Peter
            Posted January 1, 2012 at 23:22 | Permalink

            The will to help others is sometimes more worth then the result.

            Happy New Year too.

            ps I did change all pages except the full width page :)
            thanks again.

  43. Posted January 10, 2012 at 05:25 | Permalink

    I have now the habit to select a theme and customized.. I’m getting really good at it..I kind of new I could customize templates, but had been lazy to learn so I will pick themes that have the option on it, which reduced my selection of themes I could use..but now with this simple customization (which worked great on my site) I feel I’m an expert and can do anything I want in wordpress..thanks for sharing!!!

  44. Craig Sparkes
    Posted January 19, 2012 at 16:49 | Permalink

    hello, Great tutorial, very simple to follow. However I believe there is a possibility I have done something wrong! When I set the width wider then the original theme, my content hides behind where the sidebar used to be? any ideas?
    If it helps at all, my theme was created with Artisteer.

    • Craig Sparkes
      Posted January 19, 2012 at 17:12 | Permalink

      Oh, my bad, Instead of being as it mentions in the instructions, it is actually shown as . Slightly different, a noob like myself would easily miss it!
      Thanks Anyway!

  45. Posted January 24, 2012 at 04:00 | Permalink


    Took me a while to tweak all the settings in the stylesheet as there were also some width-limited classes.

    Your post helped me through the whole way. Brilliant! Thanks so much.


  46. Posted February 9, 2012 at 19:16 | Permalink

    thanks man. very nice tutorial you are given thanks a lot
    cheers ;)

  47. Posted February 10, 2012 at 03:25 | Permalink

    You are my SAVIOUR!!! I can’t tell you how many times I have tried to widen content for just a few select pages and got so frustrated I quit just to try again and quit and on and on. Then I finally came across your post (guess I just needed to type in the right keywords.) You have completely saved me and made it so incredibly simple! It worked Yahoooo!!
    Thank you, thank you, thank you!

  48. mike farber
    Posted April 5, 2012 at 08:54 | Permalink

    I just read your article on making a full width page wordpress and I went to the Elegant Themes and they look great and are what I want.
    Question: If i sign up for these themes and get one, would I still have to go thru the steps in your article or would the theme prettymuch have all that pre-configured so I do not need to go thru the steps.
    Also, I have no problem downloading to my computer then in wordprss plugins using upload to get a plugin uploaded and activated. Is this the way I get the theme on to my blog?
    Or does it require the use of FTP.
    I have never been able to get any FTP figured out and opened on my site, much less transferred any file(s). Tell me I don’t have to go the FTP route!
    Thanks in advance for your help!
    Mike Farber

    • Posted April 5, 2012 at 16:27 | Permalink

      Hey Mike,

      1. The themes from Elegant themes, most of them have Full Width page built in. You do NOT have to go through the instructions on this page.
      2. You can upload the themes just like Plugins. Go to Appearance > Themes > Install Themes > Upload Tab (go here: wp-admin/theme-install.php?tab=upload)

      Here you go:

      Good luck!

      • mike
        Posted April 6, 2012 at 21:33 | Permalink

        Thanks for your help!
        Also, I am wondering if there are any free templates available with the full width buildt into them so I can practice uploading them and working on them as a tester before getting what I want at Elegant. I would prefer to make my mistakes on a practice site and get some experience there first.

      • mike
        Posted April 6, 2012 at 22:18 | Permalink

        Real quick, I would like to make certain of something.
        In the Elegant themes will I be able to write in my pages to include the area that would otherwise have included the sidebar??
        I am practicing on the standard 2011 theme and although I changed attributes to one column (no sidebars) I cannot access that space formerly occupied by the sidebar. Very frustrating and I dont want that to be the case with another theme.
        Your help in clarifying this would be greatly appreciated!

        • Posted April 6, 2012 at 22:25 | Permalink


          See the theme preview, most themes have the full width page under page templates on the menu.

          Check for Full Width.

  49. Posted April 6, 2012 at 12:57 | Permalink

    Thank you sooooo much. I used it to create a PHPBB-forum inside my wordpress-blog

  50. mike
    Posted April 7, 2012 at 10:46 | Permalink

    back againi.
    I’m trying to type up a list but not using the left margin. It is in the midle of the page.
    My writing is all over the place and I can’t control it. For example, say I want this list:
    1. Attend the weekly meeting of bass fishing.
    2. Pick up the kids after school.
    3. Get the laundry washed and buy a gallon
    of milk for dinner.
    What I get looks more like this:
    1. Attend the weekly meeting of bass fishing.
    2. Pick up the kids after school

    3. Get the laundry washed and buy a gallon of
    milk for dinner.
    =============It is a mess! How do I control format, margins, etc.=========

    • mike
      Posted April 7, 2012 at 10:48 | Permalink

      PS —
      This is almost funny.
      I actually typed each line in the center of the Comment area. Only when I view it, each list is hugging the left margin.

  51. mike
    Posted April 8, 2012 at 09:44 | Permalink

    I am trying to follow your instructions using the This Just In theme.
    I want to use my own header. How do I replace the photo/image that is on the top fot he theme page (ie. header)? I only see two options – widgets and menus and neither helps.
    Do I go into Header.php?
    If so, what do I change? Else, what do I do?

  52. Josh
    Posted April 30, 2012 at 21:09 | Permalink

    Thanks so much, I just made the full width page thanks to your site.

  53. Posted May 22, 2012 at 17:20 | Permalink

    This was a great tutorial. I’m trying to increase the page width of my post. I don’t want to get rid of the side bar. I just want to increase the width such that the posts and the sidebar are stretched to full screen and i want the width of the sidebar not to change. Can you please help?

  54. ganesh
    Posted August 9, 2012 at 11:11 | Permalink

    Excellent………………………kam ho gaya.

  55. WriteSheSaid
    Posted September 11, 2012 at 02:47 | Permalink

    I am using the Smartone theme and there is no sidebar mentioned in the page.php
    There is a separate sidebar php.
    Any ideas how to get it to work for this theme please?

  56. Posted September 13, 2012 at 10:02 | Permalink

    Great tutorial!

    I am trying to make a full width page WITHOUT the site navigation bar. I am using Twenty Ten. Please help!

  57. Posted September 24, 2012 at 22:15 | Permalink

    This worked great for me on my One Day At A Time Template. I got rid of the right column so I could use Iframes to fit my Amazon AStore on the page.

    Only took me about 5 minutes. Great Tutorial… Many Thanks!

    Vince Bono

  58. Posted October 21, 2012 at 14:15 | Permalink

    thanks for the help. got sorted within 10 minutes :)

  59. Posted October 30, 2012 at 06:19 | Permalink

    Man you are awesome. I needed to make a full screen page but was worry about the other pages.
    Thank you so much :)

  60. Posted October 30, 2012 at 23:13 | Permalink

    this is very helpful thanks alot. But the theme i am using it does not contain any content class but there is something called entry. Anyways thanks for the help.

  61. Sameer
    Posted December 1, 2012 at 23:26 | Permalink

    How i connect full width.php to show my gallery attachment image when click to show full size in full width template with image navigation

  62. Posted February 9, 2013 at 23:34 | Permalink

    quite useful it was, thanks.

  63. Posted February 22, 2013 at 11:54 | Permalink

    dear your post is up to the mark but i can’t apply on my website please tell me, i use karmela free wp theme and i want use free space of this theme, actually i want to spread my all pages on full width

  64. Posted April 8, 2013 at 13:18 | Permalink

    You are a life saver. Thank you so much!!

  65. Posted April 10, 2013 at 19:52 | Permalink

    Thanks for your lesson, I could do it very easy for my websites

  66. Posted April 19, 2013 at 23:37 | Permalink

    Saved a lot of my time. Thanks for sharing info.

  67. Posted October 20, 2013 at 04:58 | Permalink

    Thanks for the tutorial. Probably better to use %’s now with CSS3 instead of guess the width?

  68. Posted November 14, 2013 at 23:33 | Permalink

    This is awesome! So easy to follow and worked perfectly, thanks!

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