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  1. I want to customize one of my pages while retaining the sites overall theme. Is this possible? My current theme has two columns and a header. I want to get ride of all of these so that I can add one big calendar that pops up in the middle of the page instead of in one of the columns (which make it smaller than I would like).

    The blog I need help with is growartandgarden.com.

  2. I'll flag this thread so it gets moved to the CSS Forum where you can get a definitive answer to your question.

  3. Thank you

  4. This can't be done in all themes here, but yes, this can be done with the theme you are using by specifically targeting the page ID when doing the customization.

  5. This would get rid of everything except the navigation and widens the content area of the page.

    .page-id-114 #headerimage, .page-id-114 #header, #sidebar {
    display: none;
    }
    
    #content-main {
    width: 98%;
    }
  6. Thank you very much, that's precisely what I'm hoping to do. However, I keep getting errors when trying to insert this code onto my page. Can you explain exactly how to put this code in?

  7. That code would have to go into the CSS edit window at appearance > custom design > CSS and you would have to look at the source code for the page in the opening body tag and get the correct page id # from the listed classes.

    If you need help with that, let me know which page you are wanting to change.

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