Modify .content & .sidebar width without breaking the responsive functionnality

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    mediana
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    Hello,
    Though I am very familiar with WordPress & already developped dozens of websites with the platform, I am a newcomer to Genesis framework.
    Could someone explain me how to change .content & .sidebar width without breaking the responsive functionnality ?
    I am currently using the default Genesis child theme.
    Best regards,
    Antoine

    #62736

    anitac
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    You can modify it, just make sure you modify the same area down in the responsive design/media queries section of the CSS. What I do it… look at the code I want to change, then look for it in the media section so I’ll know how to change that code.


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    #62739

    mediana
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    Thank you anitac. I have indeed override media queries in a custom CSS file, and it works pretty well. Need to learn and tweak a little further to make it kinda pixel perfect.

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    nunotmp
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    One of the things you will need to do is instead of use width: you may need to use max-width: instead.


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