customization doesn't apply changes at content's width

  • Author
  • #906025

    Hi every one here!
    I’ve just upgraded, and i’m trying to add more width to my theme’s content.
    I’m using blogum theme.
    Here i add the code:
    .wrapper {width: 1345px; margin: 0 auto; position: relative; min-height: 100%;}

    #content {width: 1155px; float: left;}

    .post_meta {width: 140px; float: left; border-top: 1px solid #e9e9e9; padding-top: 15px;padding-left: 25px;}

    .post_content {width: 970px; float: right; overflow: hidden; border-top: 1px solid #e9e9e9; padding-top: 15px;}

    .sidebar {width: 180px; float: right; overflow: hidden; margin-bottom: 40px;}

    If you try to check the you’ll find that the changes apply only for those elements that are outside of the div content.
    I have modified, also, the ‘limited width’ to 970px, but i still getting 545px (that is the theme’s post-content width by default)…

    The blog I need help with is


    You need to change the width in .post-content .

    Also, do realize that there is still 20% of the web public out there that are on monitors with a width resolution of 1024px. That means you are going to make them scroll horizontally. The number that are on monitors wider than 1345px is only about 28.8%.

    Horizontal scrolling is one of the top ten things that web users dislike the most.


    First of all thanks for your response.
    Also thanks for your advice about monitors and resolutions. Right now we have just upgrade and we are just making some test, searching the rigth layout for the visualization of the images.
    At last it was a mistake between .post_content and .post-content.
    Thanks for help me to realize


    Ah yes, the _ and – . It catches all of us and why designers use both in CSS I have no idea. I’ve completely moved away from the underscore and just use a dash.

The topic ‘customization doesn't apply changes at content's width’ is closed to new replies.