How To Centre The Footer Content On The Twenty Twenty Theme

The default Twenty Twenty theme footer content is ranged left on the screen. The content, and the search bar in the footer, can be centred. Share this:

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How To Increase The Width Of The Content Area On The Twenty Twenty Theme

The default Twenty Twenty theme content area uses less than the full width of the screen, especially on a laptop or computer screen. The content area can be

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How To Change The Width Of The Line Before Footer Widget Titles In Twenty Nineteen

There is a short line before the footer widget titles. The width of this line can be increased. Share this:

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How To Change The Width Of The Line Before The Title In Twenty Nineteen

There is a short line before the title of posts and pages. The width of this can be increased. Share this:

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How To Change The Site Title & Description Text Font In Twenty Seventeen

The default site title and description texts have two variations. One for wider computer screens and one for narrows screens such as mobiles. The site title and description font text

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How To Make Jetpack Gallery Full Width

The default width of the Jetpack gallery is usually defined by the width of the main content area. You can make the main content area full width, and

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How To Create A CSS Image Zoom In & Out Effect

This tutorial has been written for WordPress users and specifically for creating a zoom in and out effect for the Twenty Seventeen theme single post featured images. The

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How To Make The WordPress Admin Content Editor Full Width Of The Screen

The content editor in WordPress often does not use the full width of the editor or screen to display content, and the content can wrap early. The content editor

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How To Remove Sticky Menu In Twenty Seventeen, And Make It UnSticky

The default main menu in Twenty Seventeen sticks to the top of the page after the header scrolls off the top of the page. The sticky behaviour can

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How To Make Twenty Seventeen Footer Content Be 50% Equal Width

The Footer 1 widget and Social navigation icons area in the footer of Twenty Seventeen are narrower than the Footer 2 widget and ‘Proudly powered by WordPress’ text

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