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    I am trying to achieve a full width background color behind a code block on my website. The code block has two divs - one for the background color, and one for the content.The CSS I am using at the moment is as follows: #Bio { background-color: #e5e5e5; margin-left: -600px; margin-right: -600px; } #BioWrapper { margin: 0 auto; padding: 40px 600px; } So basically I am playing around with margins and padding to get the effect, but it then creates extra space to the right, causing unwanted scrolling. This is the page I am working on: http://blussh.com.au/about/The grey area with the heading 'heids' is where I am trying to achieve this full width background color. I am hoping there is an easy fix to my CSS - can anyone help?Thank you!
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    A workaround for this is to simply drop a line content block at the end of each post in order to get the dividing line. However, this seems silly when a simple line of CSS code should do the same, but more cleanly. Does anyone know the CSS that would create a dividing line between blog posts in the Takk template? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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