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    HEy guys,

    I'm new to web design and im trying to change my blog, spatterblog.com. what I want to do is expand the size of the text across the page so there won't be as much white area. What I can't figure out is which CSS tag controls that function. I tried to use firebug but I still don't see which tag expands it. Any help you could provide would be great. thanks!

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    Take a look here... what text are you talking about? What ever div that content is in is what you need to change in the css..

    http://www.w3schools.com/css/default.asp

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