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  • Glenn Vergara
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    When you are in the Style Variable Editor, paste wrapper_max_width in the Search Stylevar field then select (click) it from the list. Then update the value on the right.

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  • Jairo Morillo
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    yes pictures is for exaple have vbulletin 5


    please splain Style Variable Editor I got here then


    Style Variable Editor" from the "Choose Action..." drop-down. Find the style variable in the list and click on it to edit. Make your changes and save at the bottom.
    Last edited by Jairo Morillo; Tue 24 Oct '17, 5:00pm.

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  • Mark.B
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    I think the screenshot was more of an example of how they want it to fill the screen.

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  • delicjous
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    Do you use a vB5 Forum? Your picture show a vB4 or vB3!
    Edit: Wayne was faster. If it is a vB5 ... use Wayne's way!

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  • Wayne Luke
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    Update the wrapper_max_width style variable to 100%.

    In the AdminCP go to Styles -> Style Manager. Find your chosen style in the list. Choose "Style Variable Editor" from the "Choose Action..." drop-down. Find the style variable in the list and click on it to edit. Make your changes and save at the bottom.

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  • Jairo Morillo
    started a topic how to make the style occupy the whole screen

    how to make the style occupy the whole screen

    in a vbulletin-own theme how to make it show the full screen

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