Here's a simple way that I have used.
1. Add three rows to your layout. Each row should have one column set to the maximum number of spans. The top will be your header; the middle, your body; the bottom, your footer.
2. In the header and footer properties, set the background color to be whatever you want it to be.
ADDING THE SUBGRIDS
1. Add a subgrid to the header. In the subgrid properties, set the max-width to what you want it to be so that it is less than 100%. Then set the left and right margin width to auto. This gives you a centered section in which the rest of the header is placed.
2. Do the same with the body and footer.
If you choose, you can use a container instead of a subgrid. For the body, I like to use a container first. The container sets the boundaries in which the rest of the body is placed. Therefore, I add the container with a max-width and margins set to auto, then I put a subgrid inside the container.
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