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  • I’m trying to plug in a search box on the top next to “Terms of Use” on
    Which php file do I plug in the code? I tried plugging it in ‘header.php’ but it doesnt work. Is there a file which contains the “pages”?
    Please revert back soon if anyone knows.


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  • since those are page tabs why not create a page called “search” – this will put a search button to click right by “terms of use” and take visitors to your new search page

    as for putting a search box – look in theme’s absnav.php

    I thought of creating a page titled “Search” and posting the code there but the problem is, it would create a separate page. I’d rather put a search box directly on top without having to take the trouble to go to a separate search page. I dont see absnav.php in my word press list of files. Let me check out my Site Admin and try to locate it and try from there. Thanks Samboll

    Samboll, I need help with this question —
    If a person helps me configure word press on my server, how long does it take in hours? What is the right amount paid for this task?

    I’m not able to understand why it shows
    “The requested theme does not exist” in word press when I click under Design –> “Theme Editor”

    But I can see the site displayed. What can be the problem?

    Samboll, There is no file by the name absnav.php
    absnav is a ‘class’ in stylesheet
    Still not able to figure that one out
    My purpose is to move the google search box to the right of “about us”
    Do you think you can help?

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