Support » Plugin: Advanced Woo Search » CSS to align search box central

  • Resolved rolynoworse

    (@rolynoworse)


    Hi

    Great plugin!

    Please can you advise how to make the search box align centrally on a page as by default it is left-justified?

    Thanks

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  • Plugin Author ILLID

    (@mihail-barinov)

    Hello,

    Well it depends on theme that you are using.
    Can you please give me the link where I can find working search form?

    Regards

    Hi

    The web site is currently under construction so not visible to public view but I am using the StoreCommerce Pro Theme from AF Themes?

    Thanks

    Plugin Author ILLID

    (@mihail-barinov)

    Well try to use styles like

    .aws-container {
        margin: 0 auto;
    }

    This must help you.

    Hi

    Thanks for the style snippet – unfortunately this doesn’t work. Do you have any other suggestions?

    Thanks

    Plugin Author ILLID

    (@mihail-barinov)

    It is hard to help you with this without looking on your website.
    Try another thing

    .desktop-header .search {
        text-align: center !important;
    }

    Have just done so and given you access.

    Thanks

    Moderator Jan Dembowski

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