Maximalist’s default mode of gussying-up your content is through its togglable fullscreen mode, which unconstrains your content to fit the browser window, instead of being crammed into Tumblr’s default 500px width container. Just make sure you’re using truly high-res content: Maximalist’s fullscreen won’t make your 64px toaster icon look any better.
When in fullscreen mode, enabling Parallax creates an illusion of depth by delaying the movement speed of post content as the page is scrolled.
If fullscreen mode is disabled, turning on image scaling will force a uniform post-width of 960px. If fullscreen mode is enabled, then the images will always be the width of the browser regardless of whether scaling is turned on. Lastly, if neither option is enabled (non-fullscreen, non-scaling), post content will display at its exact dimensions, without any change.
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