Zen is designed to work with fixed canvas widths, although there is the "Full Width" options on the toolbar. One does a temporary expansion of the main column on a page (the arrows on the toolbar near the search field). The other (under the user's menu on the toolbar) sets a user preference to always display full width, unless the page designer has fixed a specific width on a page).
I'm setting up a public-facing Confluence wiki, that is, it appears like a normal website. Confluence toolbars, etc. are all hidden for these anonymous users. -> If I don't set a canvas width, will these users see the full width? Or will they see the default 1120pixel width? -> Is there anyway, through CSS to force all users to see the full width? Note: I was also trying to set the canvas to 100% of the screen size
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