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I use Firefox on my iMac 21.5, but not all web pages are loading the same. Mac Forums site loads up fine, but other sites like Facebook load only in the middle of the screen leaving empty real estate on both sides. Is there any way I can change some settings to make all pages load across the entire screen? Thanks in advance for your help!
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The width of a site is more about how the web pages are designed. MacForms use a percentage of the screen width that expands to fill the page, Facebook chooses a max content width.

So its a choice of the website's creators, not any fault with the browser

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