Fraud Blocker
BdThemes Web Solution Company

Table ofContents

How to Fix Elementor Full Width Not Working

Fix Elementor Full Width Not Working[7 Ways]

Elementor page builder plugin for WordPress allows you to create custom web pages using a drag-and-drop interface.

One of the features that users often want to use is the Elementor full-width option. This option expands the page area to the maximum and is suitable for a better page-viewing experience.

However, there are times when the full-width option does not work as expected, and this can be frustrating.

In this blog, we will discuss how to fix Elementor full-width not working.

Note: “Full Width” option will only work if the page template you’re using allows for full-width content. If you’re using a theme that doesn’t support full-width content, you may need to add custom CSS to your site to achieve the desired effect.

Quick Fixes for Elementor Full Width Not Working Error

Fix Your Page Layout

If you’re having trouble with your layout, you can fix it by making it full width by following these quick steps: 

  1. Open the page you want to edit in Elementor.
  2. Look for the gear icon located in the bottom left corner of the screen and click it.
  3. Select “Page Settings” from the dropdown menu.
  4. In the Page Settings panel, look for the “Page Layout” option.
  5. Click on the dropdown menu next to “Page Layout” and select “Elementor Full Width”.
  6. Click the “Update” button to save your changes.
  7. Preview your page to see if the layout has been fixed and extended to full width.
elementor full width not working issue fixing

Check Theme Settings

Not all WordPress themes are designed to work seamlessly with Elementor. Some themes may have their own page builders that conflict with Elementor’s full-width option.

If this is the case for your website, you may need to switch to a different theme or customize your current theme to work with Elementor Full Width.

Check Page Section Settings

If your theme is compatible with Elementor, the next thing to check is your page settings. Go to the page where you are having trouble with the full-width option and open it in the Elementor editor.

Then click on the section that you want to make full-width, and then go to the Layout tab. Make sure the Stretch Section and Stretch Section Content options are both set to Yes.

stretch section settings check

Check Section Settings Once More

If both theme and page settings are okay, Elementor full width issue may happen due to your Elementor settings.

For troubleshooting, go to the Elementor Settings page in your WordPress dashboard and click on the Layout tab. Make sure the Content Width option is set to Full Width. If it is set to Boxed, this may be causing the full-width option to not work.

Check Section Settings Once More

Clear Cache

Sometimes, the Elementor full width not working issue may occur due to caching.

If you have tried the above solutions but to no avail, the problem could lie in your browser cache.

Try clearing your cache and reloading the page. This should help to refresh the page and allow the applied page settings, i.e. full-width option, to work properly.

You can Use plugin like WP rocket, WP super cache, W3 Total Cache to easily clear your cache with just one click.

Check out our in depth post on clear cache easily on wordpress website.


Clear Column Padding Margin

If you did not notice, the Elementor section, by default, has a 10px padding applied right from the start.

Due to that, you might not be able to see full-width content even though you did everything right.

To troubleshoot that, click on the main column/s icon under the section and go into the Advanced tab. From there, just put a 0 in the padding fields.

Now you will be able to see your page in full width for that particular section.

Theme Metabox Container Error

In rare cases, the metabox function of the theme you are using might conflict with Elementor’s full-width function.

A similar case happened previously with the Famous GeneratePress theme, where users were unable to create full-width Templates.

Although the issue occurred when creating a template, it was still a bad user experience where you failed to see full-width content while editing the templates.

You might want to crosscheck with your theme author to avoid this issue from happening on your site.


By following the steps outlined in this blog post, you should be able to resolve the issue and use the full-width option to create beautiful and immersive web pages.

If you are stuck despite exhausting all methods stated above, you might need to check it with Elementor’s support team.

We would love it if you shared your own circumstances with this issue in the comment box below.

Frequently Asked Questions

HowTo Fix Elementor Stretch Section Not Working?

There are some steps you can take if your Elementor is not working.

  • Make sure your Elementor is updated.
  • Disable all plugins except for Elementor (and Elementor Pro). If the issue is resolved, systematically enable your plugins one at a time until you identify the one causing the problem.
  • Try changing your WordPress theme to another default WordPress theme.

If the issue hasn’t been resolved, please contact Elementor support.

Elementor Column Width Not Working For Tablet-What Should I do?

  1. Open the page in the Elementor editor and select the column that you want to adjust.
  2. Go to the Advanced tab and click on the Responsive section.
  3. Adjust the column width for the Tablet view by dragging the slider.
  4. If this does not work, try disabling any conflicting plugins or checking for conflicting CSS styles.
  5. Finally, if all else fails, try contacting Elementor support for further assistance.

How To Do Elementor Inner Section Full Width?

To create a full-width inner section using Elementor, follow these steps:

  1. Add a new section to your page by clicking on the “Add New Section” button in the Elementor editor.
  2. Click on the gear icon in the upper left corner of the section to open the Section Settings panel.
  3. In the Layout tab, select “Full Width” in the Content Width dropdown menu.



advanced divider
On Key

Related Posts

Khandkar Sayed Alam

Khandkar Sayed Alam

Kh Sayed Alam is a WordPress enthusiastist. He always loved to read and write about content marketing, SEO, and UX. Since 2018, he has been with the WordPress ecosystem to make it easy for non-technical audiences.

Share ourarticle

Subscribe tonewsletter

Get Tips & Tricks, Updates, Fresh Blogs & Offers.

No spam messages. Only High-Quality information that You deserve.

Need any assistance? Call Us:+880 1700 55 95 95

Copyright © 2023 BdThemes. All Rights Reserved.

Our supported payment system and security badge