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When viewing the theme on a desktop, the width of the content seems to be fixed to 940px and doesn't expand/contract on different sized screens. On a large screen this means that alot of the screen space is taken up with the background image.
I would like to be able to utilise the space on larger screens and I have looked at the responsive.css file to see if I can customise this. However, the Base Grid setup seems quite complex with many different settings for columns. Would it be possible to amend this so that the content width is based on a percentage? Or can you advise on which elements I should override please?
Updated Summary, May 2013
This is a list of features so far that will be added to Bamboo 2.x:
- Ultra-wide layout for large screen monitors but still packs the same responsive features Bamboo always had. The gird size will be set by the user and uses percentage based widths within so it's very flexible. 2.x uses Nathan Smith's Unsemantic framework.
- Three column options with left sidebar / content / right sidebar. This might be expanded upon. Based on a request from:
- Feature request: http://jasonweaver.name/lab/flexiblenavigation/ -- I've tested it on a new Drupal site I'm devloping and so far the results are great. - most likely will use: