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  • The dropdown has a name. I would add an id=dropdown and then style in the css with #dropdown {
    margin-left: xxpx;
    padding: xxpx;

    Alright thanks for the positioning, it works well. Thanks you.
    But I can’t seem to find what code to use to customize its look. I tried to use
    background: #fff;
    border: 1px solid #333;
    padding: .2em;
    list-style: none;
    but its doesn’t give really what I thought it would.



    BIGYOU, I’m curious how you were able to get the comma and spaces between multiple categories, e.g.:
    [Category 1, Category 2]
    Mine display like this: Category 1 Category 2
    Is there some parameter to be added to “php the_category”?

    those form elements are notoriously difficult to style. We have started out well with the right selector of #dropdown. I would try all my styling there. Except the bg color which is the color of the div underneath (menu prolly ? )

    Got it you have to customize it it the html tag using style

    I knew you’d get it 🙂

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