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  1. Hi Tuan, thanks for your help. You'll recognize the site, you helped me increase the site width using CSS. The site is igcalgary.com and I'd like to work on the first index section #services. I have attached two banner samples. What I would like to do is have a duplicate of each index section with an alternate banner image and hide the section depending on the screen size. I found this idea in the linked forum post. @Joeyearthly suggests creating different index sections and hiding them but I haven't been able to get that to work.
  2. @christyprice This sounds like an elegant solution. Do you have any troubleshooting advice? The code doesn't seem to affect my index sections, both remain visible. My site is igcalgary.com but I currently have the mobile only section unlinked, it's not live on my homepage. Thanks for your help.
  3. Rainefield, I just copied and pasted the whole code into the CSS editor and it worked, I didn't add any code before the brackets. What did you try?
  4. Hello, do you have more detailed information on how to achieve this? I've seen this solution mentioned a few times across the forum. Is there somewhere I can read more about this strategy? Thanks.
  5. Thanks so much @tuanphan, that did the trick. I appreciate your help!
  6. Hi everyone, I'm using the Alex template and I'd like to increase the width of the content areas. The banner areas are full screen but the page content is narrower. Did I miss the site width setting in the design styles? Is there css I can use? I've attached some screenshots of the design I'm trying to achieve from another template where I could control the site width. The active site I'm working on is https://igcalgary.com/home Thanks for your help.
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