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I've added a widget area to this page: http://juanita.smartwebsitediva.com/ directly under the slider section (the plain white box with the rounded corners)

As you can see the text is not running the widget of the box so I need this fixed. It's late Friday and I know it's something simple I'm missing. This is not a "conventional" theme so it's a little harder for me to fool with without breaking things.

I'd like the text to run the full width of the box please.

Thanks!

Answers (1)

2011-04-29

Maor Barazany answers:

In your style.css at about line #262 find the <strong>.footer-widget</strong>
and change width from 266px; to 900px;


Maor Barazany comments:

In your style.css at about line #262 find the <strong>.footer-widget</strong>
and change width from 266px; to 900px;


Maor Barazany comments:

Well, ignore the first answer, I see you used the same class as the footer widget in that widget (why have you added it like this anyway?)

Anyway, instead add this to your style.css file


#home-top .textwidget {width:900px;}


Maor Barazany comments:

Also, I see that you have twice a <strong><br></strong> inside that text widget, which makes the last line of text to go outside the white area. Delete this in the text widget, and use this to let the whole sentence to go inside the white area:


#home-top .textwidget {width:900px; margin-top:-15px;}