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No full screen for a module

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Hello,

i use a part of my website for just show a Nextend SlideShow on 2 screens (1366X768)

I have make a copy of finance for those 2 pages.

In the layer i have keep component module area.

In the page, i have just 1 row with the module of the slideshow.

The slides width parameters are 1366x768

but the SlideShow is not on the full page. I hav some margin on left, right and bottom.
I don't understand.

I think i have make a mistake because when i have start this project, the slides was on fullscreen.

You can see the result on : http://gestion.mssteloi.fr/module-infos-etage

Thank you very much for your help.

Have a good day.

3 Answers

Toufiq - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi there,

Is it possible to share with me a screenshot which area you have got the problem?

-Thanks

Guillaume Langlais

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hello Toufiq,

i have just find now.

i have turn my fluid width off the row to ON.

Thank you very much.
My problem is resolved.
Have a good day.

Toufiq - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hello Toufiq,

i have just find now.

i have turn my fluid width off the row to ON.

Thank you very much.
My problem is resolved.
Have a good day.


Hi, You are most welcome & Thanks


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