The fluid-width template is a standard page template without a sidebar, allowing the content of the page to take 100% of the site container’s width.

Page templates display your site’s dynamic content on a page, e.g., posts, news updates, calendar events, media files, etc and while it’s not necessary to do so, it’s probably a good idea to enable the fluid-width template on the Cart and Checkout pages of your WooCommerce site to remove the sidebar from the view.

Follow the steps below to create a fluid-width page:

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Create a fluid-width page
  1. Login to your WordPress dashboard.
  2. Create a new page, by visiting Pages » Add New.
  3. Set the page title.
  4. From the template drop-down in the Page Attributes meta-box select “Fluid Template”.
  5. Publish the page.

Containers

Containers are the most basic layout element in CONJ and are required when using the default grid system to output the content.

You can choose from a responsive, default (fixed-width) container (meaning its max-width changes at each break-point) or fluid-width (meaning it’s 100% wide all the time).

Edit existing pages

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Update currently existing pages to the fluid-width template
  1. Login to your WordPress dashboard.
  2. Find the page you wish to update, by visiting Pages » All Pages sub-tab.
  3. Hover in the area under the page title and click Quick Edit.
  4. Locate the template drop-down menu on the right-hand side.
  5. Select “Fluid Template” from the list.
  6. Click Update to save the changes.

Quick Edit appears when you hover over a page title and allows you to modify page details such as title, slug, date, author, password, privacy, parent, order, template, comments, and status.

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