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I know this website is for more advanced website building from scratch, but it looked like the most helpful forum I could find to help me with my problem.

I need to do what this tutorial is describing...

http://weeblytricks.weebly.com/how-to-change-the-width-of-your-weebly-site.html

...but with the "Brisk - Portfolio" theme?

I have some knowledge of HTML/CSS, but I am having a hard time with this.

I need to stretch the width of the entire website itself first, and then I need to stretch the content of the website (text, images, etc.) after that.

This is all for a Weebly site.

Thank you for any advice. Wink

Unfortunately, Weebly doesn't let you copy their CSS, I guess. It's not too complicated to set up a dummy account on there, if anyone is willing to help me?

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link?

The simplest way for us to help you (usually) is to look at the page/site itself. Can you give us the link?

cheers,

gary

If your web page is as clever as you can make it, it's probably too clever for you to debug or maintain.

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I'm sorry for not visiting

I'm sorry for not visiting back, I have been very busy. I still need help desperately with this, it is driving me insane.

I will be back within a few days to post a link to my website.

Thank you so much, again, to anybody who can help me with this. Wink

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I still haven't figured out

I still haven't figured out how to stretch the content on my weebly site. I want it to stretch completely from one side to the other, leaving no borders on the left or right. Basically the text you see should be aligned all the way to the left of the screen. I also don't like that it bunches up if you zoom in, but I assume the content stretching will fix that too?

Also, I'd like to know how to stop that top menu from actively following you around as you scroll down the site.

I apologize for not keeping up with this topic, but now I really need to finish this website, so I'll be here constantly every day until the problems are resolved.

Here is the link to my weebly website...

http://trappitytrappity.weebly.com/