Brilliant, Dave: thanks a million. I had to move the button separately to get it onto the same line as the text entry field:
/* Move Search to Tagline void */
I got very confused because when I added this code to Custom CSS, the Search block disappeared north, way off the top of the page. I adjusted the
top: value by a lot to bring it back into view - but when I output the page, it was nowhere to be seen. So I put your
top: value back in and now it outputs in the right place - but is invisible in the CustomizIt editor window. Please tell me that's normal and there is a perfectly rational explanation for it!
I should add that, for reasons I haven't yet worked out, the new Search block only outputs on pages which have a framed Slider. It isn't showing on my Home page, which has a full-width Slider, or on the Search Results page, or on any of the several other pages which don't have a Slider. Why is that - and how can I make it global?
Finally, I am sad to report that the new location for my Search block doesn't stop my Main Menu jumping up to top-right at extreme viewport widths (disappearing underneath the Search block). So I will either have to find a less busy place for the Search block or cure the Mexican jumping menu problem. (I wonder if I could fix it by resuscitating my Tagline and either colouring the text therein the same colour as the background, or entering just a spacer or
to populate it?