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As inspecting the page is disabled this is a bit of a guess but try setting the left and right margins to 0. That might fix it depending on the parent's display properties.

Hope this helps and good luck


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Thanks for this.

It's as I suspected the parent of the element you want to center has the following css, which creates a "container" with 3 columns of equal width (the bold part of the code snippet)

.blog-basic-grid {
    display: grid;
    grid-template-columns: repeat(3,minmax(0,1fr));
    grid-column-gap: 30px;
    grid-row-gap: 100px;
    grid-auto-rows: min-content;
This results in the layout below.



To achieve the layout below, you will need to add to the css the relating to that specific <article> element. This should do the trick:

.blog-basic-grid > article {
grid-column: 2/3;
However there might be subsequent issues if you were to add additional <article> elements at a later stage. Also the above code snippet might well cascade throughout the whole site, which might not be what you want, so best to check other pages. (I'm not a squarespace expert, so am not familar with the code base)

Hope this is of some help. Good luck.



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