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How can I fix the white space on either side of my page?

Posted on 2012-12-26
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Head out to http://loosecannonfitness.com/about.php. When you expand the site to the brower's greatest width, you can see a little white space on either side of the site. It doesn't show up unless you're looking at something greater than 1600 pixels, but I still want to eliminate it.

My stylesheet is attached. How do I fix it?
stylesheet.css
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background-color:black;
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or set the website to strech if its above 1600px
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Thanks, friend! I had tried the background-color option prior to posting this question and it made the entire screen go black. I tried it again, prompted by your suggestion and while I'm not sure what I did differently, I was able to make it work.

Thanks!
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