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  • Mark.B
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    The wrapper width stylevars are in the style manager in the admincp, as are all stylevars.

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  • Haiwan88
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    how i can change in vb 5.2.2????
    where i can find wrapper_maxwidth stylevar ?

    thank you

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  • djcaseanova
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    Thanks that's what the issue was. Firefox wasn't clearing the cache. Restarted FF and it worked. Thanks again.

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  • Wayne Luke
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    Delete your cookies. As an admin, you can override the theme selection.

    To see changes to your style, you may have to clear your browser cache.

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  • djcaseanova
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    Need to add that after making that change, the default theme (which had been grey for some reason) has now changed to a theme colored blue, green, and silver. The only way I can get the grey theme back is by going to my options and selecting "Default Theme" and saving. All other themes are fixed width and there is no way for me to get back to the "Default Theme" without going into the adminCP and to options>style. It resets to "vBulletin Default Theme" which appears blue/green/silver.

    Hope that makes sense?

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  • djcaseanova
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    Made the change to 98% and no change. I am using the default vb5 theme.

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  • Wayne Luke
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    Edit the wrapper_maxwidth stylevar. Change it from 1200 px to something like 98%.

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  • djcaseanova
    started a topic VB5 - How to change from FIXED to FLUID??

    VB5 - How to change from FIXED to FLUID??

    I keep seeing that the default setting for vb5 themes is set to fixed. How/where do I change this to make the theme fluid? I may have over looked it, but I see a lot of VB4 tutorials, but looks like it isn't the same process for VB5?

    Thanks!

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