When some others look at my site, part of the left edge of the site is cut off and doesnt show how do I change the width?

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the left part of my published site is cut off and does not show on some peoples screens. How do I go in and change the width so everyone can see the entire site?
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Hello,

If the website you are referring to is touchocountry, I would recommend you edit your website to fit between the guidelines. There are two vertical dotted lines in the builder. This is the space that most people visiting your site, regardless of the size of their screen, will be able to see.
I am having the same problem. Is there no feature that allows the website to auto adjust to the width of the window? It looks tacky with all the extra unused space around the edges of the website when in full screen.
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The elements like text and your navigation menu will not change, but you can set certain items to adjust to the screen. This is called docking and you can stretch an element horizontally. You could do this to the 3 blue rectangles you have on your site. I would also recommend changing the Image gallery in that first section to a tabs element with the same images and transitions, because you would be able to dock those as well.

https://community.homestead.com/homestead/topics/docking-in-website-builder
https://community.homestead.com/homestead/topics/tabs-element-website-builder

These few changes would improve the look of your website.
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Does homestead not offer a way to make the page auto scale to whatever the viewer resolution is?  This would seem like a very basic functionality of a website builder. 

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