[Resolved] Layout with wrapper option (sections – full-width)

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    Kindly confirm if it is possible to easily achieve layout construction where we have section > wrapper, section > wrapper like seen in screenshot from another site – https://cl.ly/989c41b20dff

    In this, Section is full width (fluid) however, all the sections have wrapper width defined with another div tag – such layout allows to define background which goes full width

    Currently, through customizer, Could see the option to define container width in px which constrains the whole content area to fixed width with no option of having sections go full width like desired

    Kindly guide


    Leo Customer Support

    Hi there,

    You would need to use our Sections add-on for something like that:

    Not sure if you are super comfortable with coding or not but something like that won’t be “easily achieve”.

    Might be worth looking into a page builder option if you aren’t comfortable with coding.

    Let me know 🙂




    Thanks for response and suggesting varied ways

    For sections, I am not using it as informed in other thread due to current compatiatibility issues with Gutenberg as I am majorly using Gutenberg to build up most of site

    No for page builder options ever since, each one adds adequate weight henceforth also, vitating the purpose of having light weight theme

    From coding prospective, You may kindly suggest the files along with code snippets which could be changed/modified in order to derive the results as envisaged 🙂

    Please inform for child theme ever since I have deployed the same


    Leo Customer Support

    It would require a lot of custom coding without sections or page builders to achieve something like that – it’s a bit out of the scope of this forum.

    Maybe consider using a Gutenberg plugin like this?



    Ok – thank you

    Will give it try then with suggested Gutenberg plugin


    Leo Customer Support
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