Im not the best when it comes to web coding although back in my days I learned basic html and css and managed to had a wordpress blog running for a couple of years doing basic mainteneance.
Now after a long hiatus I decided to come back to blogging and I find that my knowldege is kinda rusty, so I will need your help for something that probably is pretty easy to do but I cant figure out how.
Im using this responsive theme called “Family” and using it as a base to customize it more likely to my needs and likes.
Altough the theme is pretty responsive there are a couple things Id like to change:
1. I want to move the menu below the header,
2. I want to move the search bar from the sideber (which will be hidden using one of the responsive features of the theme) to underneath of the menu
I think that the thing is to move the code in the index.php and place the menu “caller” underneath the header, but I cant seem to find the “caller” for the menu at the page.
<?php get_header(); ?> <main class="<?php echo omega_apply_atomic( 'main_class', 'content' );?>" <?php omega_attr( 'content' ); ?>> <?php do_action( 'omega_before_content' ); do_action( 'omega_content' ); do_action( 'omega_after_content' ); ?> </main><!-- .content --> <?php get_footer(); ?>
The menu is coded in a file called “menu-primary.php” but I cant find it there.
And regarding the search bar, is pretty much the same, I know where to find the .php but dont know where to fix it position in the theme.
Thanks in advance for your help!
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