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List or Embed web part to full width

Copper Contributor

Hi,

 

Is it possible to increase the webpart size to full width in? I am trying to do it for Embed webpart.

 

How can this be achieved. Having a lot of whitespace on the right doesnt look good. Screenshot attached.

 

 

 

Suggestions?

 

Thanks

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Customizations in WebParts are limited to the settings panel they incorporate

@Juan Carlos González Martín  Thanks but it doesnt allow to increase/change width of webpart.  Seeking answer on if its possible and how to achieve it

best response confirmed by hazza365 (Copper Contributor)
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@hazza365 it's not possible to make it full width. A web part will always be the size that's allowed by the section/column it is in. In order to use up some of the white space on the right I use a vertical column.

 

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Rob
Los Gallardos
Microsoft Power Automate Community Super User

@RobElliottThank you :)

Struggling with same issue.  Embed web part works, and displays a .docx file, but it does so with a hideous huge white border around the actual document.  the iframe frameborder="0" seems to have no effect.  Any suggestions?  Why would anyone think such a huge border is a good idea?

Full width is only available in a Communication site, but it has a limited selection of Microsoft-enabled web parts to choose from. Unfortunately, the 'Embed' web part is not available. In this case, you'll need to create a custom web part using SPFx and add the "SupportFullBleed" to the code.

I have created a feedback post suggesting the addition of the built-in Microsoft Embed webpart as a webpart option for use in a Full-Width Layout, especially for those who are not able to code and create their own custom webparts. Please vote in support!

https://feedbackportal.microsoft.com/feedback/idea/a384b359-8c2a-ef11-8ee8-6045bdb3639f
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best response confirmed by hazza365 (Copper Contributor)
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@hazza365 it's not possible to make it full width. A web part will always be the size that's allowed by the section/column it is in. In order to use up some of the white space on the right I use a vertical column.

 

ss-screenshot.png

 

Rob
Los Gallardos
Microsoft Power Automate Community Super User

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