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On my trial site (https://shobhadev1.wpengine.com) I am building a one page website for a client using Infinity Pro. In the Front Page first section, instead of text I have used an image. In other Front Page sections I have used the Classic editor to create content in the widget areas using custom-html widgets. (I am not using Gutenberg on this site.)
I see that the topmost section of the Front Page shows a wider image whereas all other sections below it show a narrower content area. Is it possible to widen the content area for all the front page sections to match the width of the topmost section and the image there?
If that's not possible, can the image of the front page topmost section be made consistent in width with the other sections of the front page?
My first preference would be to widen the content on all sections of the front page.
Thanks for any help you can give me.
I have a question about your site here, sorry as it's unrelated to your question, but how did you set up From the Blog section on your main home page with the grid style showing 6 posts and pagination?
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