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  • Resolved DragonDon

    (@dragondon)



    Greetings all,

    I’ve been trying to setup a search form and it is driving me nuts. Here’s the setup.

    WP 3.6
    Simplethemes.com Element Theme (http://www.simplethemes.com/wordpress-themes/demo/element)
    I am using their ‘teaser’ as the top of the page (a kind of pseudo header section if you will) and in it I want to put the company logo and a search section. Logo on left, search on right.

    I got the logo there but for the life of my, I can get a search section to properly position at all. Kinda at the limit of my CSS knowledge, which is admittedly not all that extensive but I can follow along well enough.

    I am using inline CSS coding (yes, yes, I know about not doing that being a general consensus but for now this is how it is).

    This theme allows me to put widgets in the ‘teaser’ section but if I put in a image and a search widget, they stack vertically.

    Here is the test site: http://investresource.test-lca-website.com/

    Suggestions welcome. ALthough, things may change by the time you see this as I need to get this fixed asap.

    Thanks in advance!

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  • Well, I found a way to get it done. I ended up putting both the logo and the search into the searchform.php and it work out perfectly.

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