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wpForo 1.x.x [Solved] How to change the width (padding) of body content?

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writetoyogen
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I want to change the padding on the left right. So how do I do it?
There is a lot of gap on to the left and right side.
Please refer to the screenshot below.

Screenshot: https://screenshot.net/p87y8h1

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Sofy
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 Sofy
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Hi @writetoyogen,

Please follow this support topic: 

https://wpforo.com/community/how-to-and-troubleshooting-2/full-width-error/

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writetoyogen
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I am sorry but I think I might have been mistaken. I want a full stretch forum with sidebar Intact. When I choose 'Full Width' in Page attributes my sidebar is hidden.

So to make myself clear I just want to remove the extra white space on the left and right side of the forum. 

Please check   https://wpforo.com/community it also has lots of space wasted on its left and right side.

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Robert
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Hi @writetoyogen,

It's made by WordPress theme design in our website. The spaces on your website also comes from your WordPress Theme page design. We can help you with some small css code to remove that space. This is not a wpForo issue, this is a theme issue, so we need your website URL to debug your theme CSS code. Please leave some URL.

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writetoyogen
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Thank you so very much. I have been customizing Wordpresss and WpForo.

Site Url: www.solvedanswer.com/community

 

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Sofy
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Hi Yogen,

Please navigate to Dashboard > Comments > Settings > Styles admin page put the following CSS code in "Custom CSS Code" textarea, save it delete all caches do CTRL F5 on frontend.

div#content-inside {
width: 100% !important;
}
#wpforo #wpforo-wrap {
padding: 0px !important;
}
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