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Ch-ch-ch-changes: Left nav, responsive design, & themes

Thanks everyone for your feedback. The team has responded to feedback in the post Left nav, responsive design, and theming next steps . Check it out. Ch-ch-ch-changes are coming. As you've ...
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Are there any plans for SE sites to support variable width layout? [duplicate]

With high-resolution monitors becoming more popular, does the StackExchange team have any plans to make these websites use more display area when the browser is maximized/fullscreen? Currently, I am ...
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Reduce the empty space on each side of pages [duplicate]

Presently, the two main content <DIV>s on a SO page, #mainbar & #sidebar, have fixed widths hard coded into the CSS. This means that even if you make the browser very wide (say, streching over ...
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Should Stack Overflow be redesigned with a responsive layout? [duplicate]

I'm sorry if this is a duplicate before I begin. As everybody knows, there has been major growth on tablets and mobiles within the last few years. I am aware of Stack Overflow's mobile site but ...
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1answer
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Page width is too small on Stack Exchange [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Can SO have a fluid vs. fixed-width layout? Are there any plans for SE sites to support variable width layout? First off, I think the Stack Overflow family of sites is great....
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2answers
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Is there a setting I can change to optimize SO for my widescreen monitor? [duplicate]

I have a 24" monitor that I run at 1920x1080 resolution. When I view SO there is an excessive amount of whitespace. And the code 'example' markup boxes often truncate the data (they provide ...
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1answer
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Here's the problem with narrow 'column' layout of stackexchange [duplicate]

Stackexchange's 'column layout' leaves over 50% of my screen space unused. I can understand this is for design purposes, and in most cases it's not a problem. However, especially on 'sub stacks' like ...
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1answer
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Make use of full screen width (sample code in Safari) [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Can SO have a fluid vs. fixed-width layout? Please add the ability to fold blocks of code in questions and answers I use Safari, and quite often the right part of code ...
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Please, make the contents of the page occupy the whole page width, or at least make the code windows resizable [duplicate]

Please, make the contents of the page occupy the whole page width, or at least make the code windows resizeable.
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Why does stackoverflow and it's sister websites not use fluid layout? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Can SO have a fluid vs. fixed-width layout? I am just sitting in my free time and going through StackOverflow's design. One of the things I am wondering is, why did the ...
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0answers
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Can SO be made responsive on desktops? [duplicate]

I have been browsing the Stackoverflow site on my Firefox browser of my desktop system, and when i resized my browser, the site is not getting adjusted automatically (non-responsive). While i browsed ...
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Why aren't Stack Exchange sites responsive to browser size? [duplicate]

I tend to browse websites with the browser taking up half the screen. This way, I can do multiple things at once, such as edit my code on the left half of the screen while researching documentation or ...
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0answers
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Code vertical scrollbars and screen width [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Can SO have a fluid vs. fixed-width layout? I'd have 2 features I think would be nice to have on the site (maybe they already exist and I just don't know how to configure them)...
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33answers
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We're standardizing the sidebar width at 300px on all sites

Update: this change is now live across the network. You'll still see some narrow 220px ads because it's going to take us a good while to update all of the old ads, but if you see any other style ...
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2018 monthly product team updates

Mid-2017 TeamDAG started publishing monthly updates. This post will continue that effort into 2018. (See 2017's updates here.) Updates are posted at the beginning of the month. They cover what was ...

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