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 [solved] full width board statistics [SOLVED]
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hi ! i'm currently trying to style board statistics that stretch the full width of the site and are positioned at the bottom of the page, but everything i've tried so far doesn't work (i keep getting restricted by the wrapper width). is there any way around this ?

here's a screenshot of what i'm trying to do

This post has been edited by tea: Feb 6 2018, 08:30 PM
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It's a little messy, but what I do is put a closed div at the top, and an open div at the bottom of the template, as such:

</div>

TEMPLATE CONTENT HERE


<div>

Alternatively, depending on your design, you can try a negative margin. It's impossible to tell which would work best, since there's no link to your site, but hopefully the above info helps.

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hey thanks for the reply :^)

the divs didn't work unfortunately but if you wanna check it out, my board is over here. i've tried negative margins before but i found that they're too messy and unresponsive to different screen sizes. honestly i'm surprised it's this hard to figure out something so simple, but if you have any more suggestions please let me know !
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Hmm, I know it sounds silly but what is you double up on the divs? Like

</div></div> board statistics here <div><div>

Does that make a difference, and if not, what does it look like when that's applied?

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OH ! thats so smart !! i completely forgot that i've got an extra div shoved in there to hide some fixed objects...!...! thanks so much !!!
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Yay, i'm so glad it worked out! Good luck with the forum. ^^

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