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Old 05-16-2011, 11:28 AM
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Make Ecwid bigger in size


How is it possible to make ECWID bigger in size?

I embedded it into my blog and deleted the sidebar but ECWID still remains small (I want to use the whole page)
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Old 05-16-2011, 02:45 PM
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Such display is caused by the layout code in the theme of your Wordpress blog.

Ecwid always attempts to take the maximum possible width of the place where it is embedded to. In your case the Wordpress theme you now use sets the available width for the content at maximum of 640 pixels, which is what Ecwid takes eventually. You need to modify your Wordpress theme in order to give Ecwid more horizontal space.

Particularly, for Twentyten theme that you currently have on your Wordpress blog you need to do the following:

1. Login to your WP Admin
2. Go to Appearance → Editor
3. Edit Stylesheet (style.css) - see the rightmost column to select this file
4. In the text editor that appears on the screen finid the following text:
Code:
.one-column #content {
   margin: 0 auto;
   width: 640px;
}
and replace that part with exactly the following:
Code:
.one-column #content {
   margin: 0 auto;
   width: auto;
}
5. Click button Update file
6. See your store page and make sure you refresh it in the browser (F5 or Ctrl+R) to get the most freshest version.

These changes will make the pages of your Wordpress blog that are set to appear as single column layout to take all available width instead of just 640 pixels.
 
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