How to remove the '#inner' on a home page?

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    Rusty
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    Hello,

    (I hope I’m asking this question correctly.. :)

    I have created a site based on the ‘genesis-sample’ child theme.

    I basically restructured it to get rid of the size constraint on the #inner-wrap.

    Basically, I’m ignoring the content-loop because I want my background width to span the entire width of the browser to effectively get full width background colors and images.

    You can scroll to the bottom of the page at the url below and see the bottom of the wrap, with a border and a background.

    How can I get rid of it?

    http://gardenpassages.com/new/

    Did that make sense?

     


    Rusty Eddy

    http://gardenpassages.com/new/
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    colson
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    You are just wanting to remove this on the home page?  If so you could add to your css

    .home #inner {

    display: none;

    }

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