In EverWeb’s latest release, which is version 1.8, users can now create websites with full width design. Full width design allows users to make a website where the design spans the entire width of the web browser, no matter how large or small the user adjusts the width of the browser.

Why is this good?
In an old fashioned world of web design, we would create a website with a centred layout and some sort of browser background image (or color). As the browser window expands, we see more and more of the background image or color. The background image or color is typically not fluid with the main design of the website where the users attention is usually focused.

How do you make a site full width?
This is easily done by making a shape or object or widget full width via the Full Width check box on the metrics tab. See the video tutorial below for a visualization on how this is done.