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Does anybody know, how to make the Gutenberg editer reflect on the chose page template?
My standard content-sidebar layout has a content width on 640px and I successfulle told the block editor via the editor css to show that.
But that is not particularly useful on a wide page layout like the full page template in Genesis Sample Theme. Any idea of what hook I could use?
The page you're pointing above is set for content-sidebar.
The page layout really has nothing to do with Gutenberg. The Genesis Framework provides for a default site-wide page layout, but each page or post has its own layout setting that will override the default settings.
Make sure the layout settings meta box is displaying on the page. To change the meta box settings with Gutenberg, click the vertical ellipses at the far right of the top of the screen. Open the Options panel and make sure Layout Settings is checked.
Again, the layout for the page you pointed to is still content-sidebar. Make sure the metabox for the Genesis Layouts is visible as I explained in the previous reply and choose the full-width layout.
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