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  • Looking at the source, the search code is inside <div>

    If you made that <div id="search">
    then you could use css
    #search {}
    to control position.

    Cant find no errors unless you fixed them :\.

    podz: I’ve got this #searchform {} in my CSS. When I try to control the position, nothing happens. :S

    XeroCool: My bad. I meant it is not validating. If you validate my page, 2 of the errors are in the searchform.php.

    BK, trying add id=”searchform” to the code and see if that will help. If that doesnt work, try adding <div id=”searchform”></div>.

    About the validating, I always had those problems and never figured out on how to fix them.

    XeroCool and podz: It worked when I added margin-left: to
    #sidebar form {}

    Looks perfect in Firefox and IE. Could you guys please help me validate the archive page? Can you please check the thread here.

    Thank you very much once again.

    /* Begin Form Elements */
    form#searchform {
    margin: 10px;
    border:1px dotted #000;
    padding: 10px 0px;
    text-align: center;
    #sidebar #searchsubmit {
    padding: 1px;

    and further down the css you have a form tag on it’s own setting margin:0;
    Delete it.

    I’ll try that….

    Ok, I think it looks good now. You check if you want to.
    Thank you, sir.

    podz: Could you please look into my other thread as well? Please. 😮

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