I'm working on a site rework for a startup. Very important to them is their site demo to prospective B to B clients. So, the "presentation monitor" or TV, basically, is quite important to them.
I'm new to Webflow, but am super impressed so far. However, full-screen on a 16:9 display, the 960 wide container leaves a lot of extra space on the sides that could be designed to be used quite nicely. For example, on the current landing page i'm working on, there's a 2x2 "features" section - 2 rows, 2 columns of an image with feature title and description. On desktop, it works fine in that layout - however, for a wide 16:9 display, it would look great to have 1 row of 4 columns.
Is there some way to do this now? Being new, maybe there is. But, if not, It might be nice to have a "TV" as an option as a device view.
edit: just as a footnote, was testing my published webflow site with safari's developer "responsive design mode" – noticed they have "1920x1080" as one of their preview sizes. using that, i'd definitely like to use all that extra space. it looked more significant than i imagined. probably why apple includes that as a test resolution