[Resolved] Content width problem (Elementor VS GP?)

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  • #853347
    Werner

    Hello,
    I have been searching through the forum to see if somebody had the same problem like me but could not find anything.

    I am testing some things on a website which is not my main site. I am trying to have the home page in full-width but it is not working and I don’t know why. The fault lies either with GP or with Elementor, I guess. I have set everything to full-width on both sides and yet the “Inner Sections” (so-called by Elementor) don’t turn into full-width. What can I do?

    Sidenote: I am using “Aspire” from your Site Library.

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    #853365
    David
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Hi there,

    is the link you provided the site where you’re having the problem? If not can you link me to that?

    #853603
    Werner

    Yes, that is the site.

    #853608
    David
    Staff
    Customer Support

    So if you set the Pagebuilder Container to Full Width in GeneratePress then this is a full width template and with no theme padding. Which leaves all the padding and containment to to Elementor.

    I notice in the main Elementor column there is 10px of padding which is stopping the inner sections from reaching the edges.

    #853633
    Werner

    Ok, I see. So Elementor would usually override settings from the GP theme? That is good to know.

    Due to you noticing the padding issue (I didn’t see that setting), I have been able to solve it. Thank you very much!

    #853646
    David
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Thats correct, if you use the Page Builder container then the content width and padding in the Customizer gets removed so you can apply this in the page builder.

    Glad to be of help.

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