What: Say the background of your website is white and you want, for example, a different color header, full width, with content inside the header that’s contained at a lesser width, and centered. Common enough scenario and usually created with one HTML-element (div, section, …) at full width and with a colored background and one HTML-element (div, article, …) with a fixed width and centered, holding the content.
Well, what if you only had one HTML-element to work with and you wanted this effect?
How: Obviously, the only way to do this is with padding. Say you want the fixed width to be 960px and the top and bottom padding 1rem:
padding: 1rem calc(50vw - (960px/2));
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