I’ve got a header that is basically just a row of images. On the right hand side I want to put the default wordpress search box. I called get_search_form() and this put it in the header but underneath the row of images. Put the following in the style.css to solve that:
However, although this puts the text field in the same line/row as the images the search button remains in the exact same place, underneath that row of images.
I couldn’t find anything in the css file that shows attributes for a search button. Checking the searchform.php I noted the id “searchsubmit” assigned to the button, so I put the following into the css file, underneath the .searchfield part, hoping it would work: