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dbellisario

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  1. @VoxPop_Agency - That solution seems to work! That leaves one remaining question: how do I find out what the canvas size is exactly so that I can compensate accordingly? For example, is there some CSS object that I can find in the site code that would indicate what the margins are set for? Thanks for the guidance! Edit Update: I think I found it as a "Site Margin" setting under Design>Site Space. It is 3vw When I set:max- width: 106% margin-right: -3vw; margin-left: -3vw; however it doesn't quite work, it leaves a white border on the right side of the page; you can see that on the test page: https://www.aulera.com/anontest
  2. I'm having the same issue and have spent hours looking at posts for answers. Tried clayyount's solution but I'm afraid the margin and padding commands just aren't doing the trick
  3. OK I created a test page showing the issue: https://www.aulera.com/anontest You see how the blocks don't go all the way to the left side? There is a margin of some kind? Any sense for how I could remove that margin? Thanks for any guidance!
  4. Hi All - we are creating a page where we are embedding an iFrame (from Tableau) and we want to - on *just* that page - remove all the formatting from the rest of the page. We have achieved this for the most part just by removing the header with <style> #header { display: none } </style> and by changing the background color to white, but we still have borders on either side of the block, even when block width is set to 100 Is there a way to remove those borders? We've tried: #page, #content { padding: 0px 0px; margin-right: 0px; margin-left: 0px; max-width: 100% } Which doesn't seem to do it Thanks for any advice!
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