I am currently in the process of creating my own website and I am coming across a strange issue. My issue is simple - I am keeping my site within the grid for responsiveness purposes, but I have a ton of open space on either side of my grid.
In all the tutorial videos I have seen the white space is not there, and the grid takes up all of their work space.
Not to mention my assets just seem small even though I am sectioning and containing my content within the allotted space.
Is this a bug? Does it go away when I publish? My preview shows me the same results.
Thank you for your time
Here is my public share link: https://preview.webflow.com/preview/giovanni-nasser-s-first-site?preview=9a4203acbd95fea345e8baff46aee54b
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Post all updated, hope that image is not too big.
Thanks for doing that. It seems like you’re using a ultra-wide screen. If you’re using a container to center your elements on the screen, containers only take up 960px width on the canvas.
If you use sections or basic DIV blocks, they will go 100% of the width.
Hope this helps
So remove my containers? Won’t that mess with the responsiveness of my site? I am still confused as to what is actually being shown on peoples’ screens. No matter what - if someone has a wide screen the site they are on will look small?
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