Full width header and footer
You can if you do a forum search. It’s in there, somewhere, I swear. I have neither the time nor the motivation right now. Busy, busy, busy.
As I said, the Graphene theme isn’t really set up to do this. If you really want a feature like that, you should use a theme that supports it, or else it’s a lot of work and troubleshooting, and a single update may cause all of that work to become undone.
FWIW, that site is using a child theme of the Bacchus theme, which is not available from the WordPress theme repository. Instead, it’s a custom theme from a company at http://synesteth.com, whose website is not up yet. But you can view the css for the Bacchus theme here:
and the child theme stylesheet here:
if that gives you any ideas.
Many thanks for getting back to me, I agree,there was a post somewhere in which someone had managed to create the desire effect but I couldn’t find it either, oh well back to the drawing board, (I still want to use Graphene as it is so good).
I’d thought about using a background image that would give the impression of a full width header/footer etc but need to make sure that it does not get messed up in different browsers/screen sizes etc.
DerynAdminQuote:I’d thought about using a background image that would give the impression of a full width header/footer etc but need to make sure that it does not get messed up in different browsers/screen sizes etc.
That would work for the header, but not for the footer since the distance between the header and footer depends on how much content the current page has.Admin
Well, I’m part of the way there but could really do with your help and advice here if possible please.
I’ve added a background image which works perfectly well except that I need it to scroll up the screen with the main body of the site.
Can you please take a look and tell me where I am going wrong?
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