Hassle-free Full Bleed with *:not()
March 17, 2017 - 9:45am
Common situation documented by Dave Rupert:
Let's say you're making a blog post layout. Content is entered into a CMS inside a WYSIWYG editor field. You echo that content to the page. You pull it up on a mobile device and notice the paragraphs go edge-to-edge. Yikes, it's a little uncomfortable. So you add some kind of left/right padding maybe using a div.container.
This works great until the client asks for the images and video to go full bleed. …
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