How do I increase the cell width of the Jupyter/ipython notebook in my browser?

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I would like to increase the width of the ipython notebook in my browser. I have a high-resolution screen, and I would like to expand the cell width/size to make use of this extra space.

Thanks!


edit: 5/2017

I now use jupyterthemes: https://github.com/dunovank/jupyter-themes

and this command:

jt -t oceans16 -f roboto -fs 12 -cellw 100%

which sets the width to 100% with a nice theme.

Answer rating: 828

If you don"t want to change your default settings, and you only want to change the width of the current notebook you"re working on, you can enter the following into a cell:

from IPython.core.display import display, HTML
display(HTML("<style>.container { width:100% !important; }</style>"))

Answer rating: 231

That div.cell solution didn"t actually work on my IPython, however luckily someone suggested a working solution for new IPythons:

Create a file ~/.ipython/profile_default/static/custom/custom.css (iPython) or ~/.jupyter/custom/custom.css (Jupyter) with content

.container { width:100% !important; }

Then restart iPython/Jupyter notebooks. Note that this will affect all notebooks.

Answer rating: 77

To get this to work with jupyter (version 4.0.6) I created ~/.jupyter/custom/custom.css containing:

/* Make the notebook cells take almost all available width */
.container {
    width: 99% !important;
}   

/* Prevent the edit cell highlight box from getting clipped;
 * important so that it also works when cell is in edit mode*/
div.cell.selected {
    border-left-width: 1px !important;
}




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