Squashed up premium style

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Hello, I'm new to Yola and have a few questions. The first is with the style.
To be able to use submenus I was obliged to use a Premium Style.
My problem is that all the p-styles only use a small part of the page leaving the margins unused.
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Peter O'Brien

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Posted 7 years ago

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Nathan, Champion

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Hi Peter

The reason for this is because of screen size. Lots of your users wont be able to see whats on the sides if they have a smaller screen. This is how websites are supposed to be set up, and it is good for when mobile users view your site too. It would be better if the content area was a little wider on some styles.

Hope this helps.

Sincerely,
Nathan
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oopps ... !!
Perhaps I should rephrase my question.

How can I have sub and sub-submenus without using the Premium Style?
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Hi Peter,

You wont be able to have the Yola style sub menu, but you can create a custom menu and put it on your Yola site. There are lots of menu generators out there.One of my favorite ones is Pure CSS Menu. If you don't want this one, go to this Google Search: free drop down menu generator.

Once you made your menu, you just have to copy their code and put it into an HTML Widget on each page of your site where you would like the menu to go.

You'll also want to remove the default menu. To do that, click "Page" and then "Page Manager" and then click on the "X" for each page to take it out of the default menu.

If you have any troubles with getting it into your site using the HTML Widget, please let us know.

Kind regards,
Nathan
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Thanks for the suggestions and help on this thread, Nathan.
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Thank you Nathan for the explication.

The problem is that I wish to use the whole screen.
Many of my readers will be using wide screens or
dual screens and very rarely mobiles.