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[Resolved] Content spread in whole webpage

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Last updated by hollyL 4 years, 7 months ago.

Assigned support staff: Nigel.

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I am trying to: Make Single product page.

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I follow this link : https://toolset.com/learn/create-an-ecommerce-wordpress-site/how-to-import-a-single-product-template-layout/

I am using WordPress Ultimatum Theme. In this theme, we create a template and assign to particular page. Toolset also create a Single product page . So we have two option in page creation. WordPress theme template and content template (Single Product Page). WordPress theme template only kept content in particular boundary area (Body). But Content spread in whole page.

Any Short code for layout ? so i can kept SINGLE PRODUCT layout short code in my theme Template.

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Nigel
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Hi Holly

I'm not familiar with the Ultimatum theme but from your screenshot it looks like it may have special handling for WooCommerce pages, which could give rise to problems when Toolset is also trying to take over control of what is rendered on a single product page.

I suggest for your theme if there is a layout option you just choose a generic post or page layout.

Then go to Toolset > WooCommerce Views and make sure that for the product template "WooCommerce Views plugin default single product template" is selected.

That ensures that the Template Layout you assign to single products will be used.

Normally your custom product design will be inserted just into the content area of your page, and if your theme is set to display a boxed layout (e.g. a max-width for the content) then the design from your template will be displayed within that.

If you still find it displays at full-width then you can edit the rows of your Layout and set the width of the row, as shown in the screenshot.

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thanks for reply.
I solve this problem. I select the container for displaying the content and it display in complete body area of webpage.