Website Design - Open Full Screen

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crosscut / 10 Points
2012-05-08 3:25 pm EST
Website Troubleshooting
My website only spans about 2/3rds of the page. I just put up a basic site using the free sitebuilder software here. I'd like to have it open full screen, so that people with high resolution screens will see it full page and those with lower resolution screens will also see a full page display.

I can't figure out how to do this. Do I need to insert a script? Where to insert it. I see the script module on the right hand side.

Will upgrading to premium sitebuilder do this for me?

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16,417 Points
2012-05-08 3:50 pm EST
Hello Crosscut,

First, the builder software that you are using is the Premium Builders software from Plesk. So, there is no upgrade path. However, there are other options to build your site, if you wish to move in that direction. In regards to your current problem, the behavior of the site screen is dependent on the template you select in the Design phase of the Builder. It is not something you can control. You can easily choose a different template without losing content. If you want more control over the way the website is appearing, you may want try solution other then the Plesk Premium Builder software. We would recommend Wordpress or Joomla as possible upgrade paths. Note however, that your website files do not transfer into those programs. You w You can find information on both of these tools in the Support Center.

If you have any further questions or comments, please reply to this post.

Best Regards,

Arnel C.

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