[Support request] Different container width around the site

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  • #1106614
    Tomáš

    Hello,

    when I change the container width for a blog post, it automatically changes the container width on the entire website.

    How can I adjust the “blog post container width” separately?

    Thank you

    #1106899
    David
    Staff
    Customer Support
    #1107273
    Tomáš

    Thanks, David.

    I was able to create a separate blog container with different width, however, the container now doesn´t have padding.

    How can I add padding to a newly created container?

    #1107277
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support

    I browsed a few pages and am seeing paddings in all of them.

    Can you guide me to the page in question?

    Make sure this option is not used as it removes the padding:
    https://docs.generatepress.com/article/page-builder-container/

    #1107280
    Tomáš

    I created an element using the instructions from the link above.

    But once I discovered it has no padding, I deleted that element.

    Leo, when I tried to create new element for separate content width for blog, there are just two options displayed:

    1. Full width
    2. Contained(NO PADDING)

    I just need to know if there is any way to create padding into the newly created element using contained layout.

    #1107316
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support

    when I tried to create new element for separate content width for blog, there are just two options displayed

    There should also be an option called Default which means the global padding from the customizer option would apply:
    https://docs.generatepress.com/article/layout-element-overview/#content-1

    Or are you wanting to use different padding separate from the global padding? If so we will need to use CSS.

    #1107492
    Tomáš

    Yeah, there is the default option, but with the default option, I can´t change the container width separately.

    Here is what I want, in specifics:

    – Container width in general for my site: 1200px
    – Container width for my post articles: 900px

    I can create a separate container for posts with 900px, however, when I do that, there is no padding.

    So, is there any option?

    #1107882
    David
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Hi there,

    You should be able to set the Content Width no matter what the template setting.
    can you provide a Screenshot of the Layout Element Content Tab ?

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