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How can I remove that black box such that it aligns nicely with the rest of the page? 

 

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I was able to get rid of it by disabling the --cell-max-width:

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But how to do it in custom CSS? 🙂

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14 hours ago, siba said:

But how to do it in custom CSS? 🙂

You don't need Custom CSS for this, you can change the site width in the styles menu under spacing. You may have to type into the field as the maximum the slider goes to is 3000px. I would say that the wider you make the site width the harder it will be to design your site to look good on all desktops and laptops.

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