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Increase default width of body #73

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ptkdev opened this Issue Feb 2, 2019 · 6 comments

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ptkdev commented Feb 2, 2019

Hi,
Default css width of body is 45em please increase to 55em. Imho 45em is very low default value.

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F1LT3R commented Feb 3, 2019

What is it on GitHub?

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F1LT3R commented Feb 4, 2019

The idea is to have Markserv mirror GitHubs style settings by default, so that what you edit locally is as visually close as it can be to what you see when looking at the repository on GitHub.

There is an option to supply your own stylesheet if you want to customize things.

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ptkdev commented Feb 4, 2019

How can I change this value? where can I find the template docs?

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ptkdev commented Feb 4, 2019

@F1LT3R I'm checked width of github website of README.md div element.
Github markdown width: 978px
Markserv width: 720px
My monitor resolution is 1920px, imho 45em don't is correct value on big monitor if you want mirror GitHubs style .

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F1LT3R commented Feb 4, 2019

You're welcome to submit a PR. I have been pulling GitHub styles from another repo. But it's possible that repo is no longer in sync with GitHub.

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F1LT3R commented Feb 4, 2019

Here's where I was getting my styles: https://github.com/sindresorhus/github-markdown-css

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