08-01-2019 06:02 AM
08-01-2019 06:02 AM
Please help out, how to remove blank white space at right side of the page?
On my intranet modern company page I have promoted links that leads to different sites of the company.
The layout is divided in 3 columns, and then on right is a huge white empty space that looks terrible.
Also is there a way to shrink entire page, so it doesn't go all the way left and right, to narrow it?
08-01-2019 08:11 AM
@slavenqx Can you provide what version of SharePoint you are using and if you are using Modern or Classic User Experience?
I'm having trouble understanding what you need, you want to remove white space from the side, but then you want to narrow the page... which would just add the white space back.
Can you clarify?
08-01-2019 08:32 AM
Its O365 sharepoint, and this is modern page.
Those are two questions.
So first how to remove right blank space, I have a layout that divides page on 3 parts, but there is a blank white space.
Second question, in general is it possible to narrow width of entire page
08-02-2019 04:24 AM
@Beau Cameron thanks for reply
How is then possible to see pages like this, where content is normal across whole page?
08-02-2019 05:46 AM - edited 08-02-2019 05:47 AM
@slavenqx the sites in the examples you give are communication sites which you should be able to create unless your tenant admin has restricted the ability to do that yourself (as they have with us, we have to request them).
I've not seen a site/page like yours do that before in modern SharePoint. Have you tried deleting the page and re-creating it?
08-02-2019 06:25 AM
Well I have inherited maintaining home page in the company.
This "home" page is just site page under the root.
So I can easily create something new to make a new home intranet page.
What exactly must I do not to have same issues like this and to be able to design it properly :) ?
08-07-2019 05:34 AM
@slavenqx Yea so what you are seeing is that the Root site is a Team Site, which doesn't have the "full width" pages that modern communication sites do.
Soon, we'll be able to convert the root site into a modern site... but what most companies have been doing is to create the Intranet in a different site collection as a Communication Site... and redirect users from the root site to this Communication site.