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  • #53854
    fletchsc
    Member

    My site http://www.bocazoo.com – the search box and search icon aren’t lining up on the same line, I don’t think I really need a search box at the top of the site – is there a way to remove it? Thanks!

    #53893
    Sakin
    Keymaster

    @fletchsc:
    1. I see that you have remove the Site Title. You shouldn’t remove the site title for Search Engine Optimization. But yes, if you don’t like to show in your site header then you can just hide it. For that, go to “Appearance => Customize => Site Title & Tagline”, type in Site Title and tagline which describe your site. Then to hide it just uncheck “Display Header Text” and save changes.
    2. To hide the search box/ Header Right Sidebar, you can just go to “Appearance => Customize => Theme Options => Custom CSS Options” box and add the following css:
    .sidebar-header-right { display: none; }

    #53902
    fletchsc
    Member

    Thanks so much for your quick response, and also pointing out that I didn’t have site title and tagline, added that back in. Love your themes and the support forums, as soon as I get final sign off from the folks I am making the site for I am going to have them buy the pro version, want to supprt a great product with helpful folks!

    #54411
    ptbates1
    Participant

    Hello Sakin,

    Thanks for the extraneous Search Box removal tip. But this is very odd. I found your tip after installing Simple Catch. I entered this code in the Theme Options =>Custom CSS section, in the “Enter Custom CSS Styles” box:
    .sidebar-header-right { display: none; }
    Saved it, reloaded the site, and it didn’t work. Reloaded several times, even logged out and logged in. Same problem. It didn’t work. What could I be doing wrong?

    #54414
    Sakin
    Keymaster

    @ptbates1: Hum… You are adding in Catch Responsive Pro theme support forum and the above css will work on Catch Responsive Pro theme. For Simple Catch Free then you can post it in http://catchthemes.com/support-forum/forum/simple-catch-public/

    Try following css instead:
    #header .social-search { display: none; }

    #54698
    eb713
    Member

    Hi, I wanted to lose the search bar as well. I used the method mentioned above but it also remove the social network links. Is there a way to lose the search bar and keep the social network links?

    #54711
    Sakin
    Keymaster

    @eb713: Can you post in your site URL? In Catch Responsive Free version, you can just add the following css to remove only search from Header Right.
    #header-right-search { display: none; }

    #59278
    easychoice
    Member

    I am trying to get rid of the search field in the right corner by using the css codes you have mentioned above but it just won’t work, i don’t have i clue why. The webpage is spindle.se. Thanks for your great work! ๐Ÿ™‚

    #59369
    Sakin
    Keymaster

    @easychoice: You can add the following css in “Appearance => Customize => Theme Options => Custom CSS Options” box:
    .sidebar-header-right { display: none; }

    #59419
    easychoice
    Member

    Thanks for fast reply ๐Ÿ™‚ tried to copy and paste the code you wrote but the search field is still there :/ The one at the top of the page :/

    #59420
    easychoice
    Member

    Now it worked with the code you sent before the one u sent to me ๐Ÿ™‚
    this one: #header-right-search { display: none; }
    Thanks for your help mate! ๐Ÿ˜€

    #60560

    I have to tell you, your theme is AMAZING. I am a self taught Dreamweaver WYSIWYG guy. Now coding experience what so ever. Now every one needs a mobile friendly site so I stumbled across WordPress and your theme. I am having an absolute ball finding plug-ins to customize sites to do what I want, absolutley wonderful.

    #60561

    I meant “No” experience.

    #60716
    Sakin
    Keymaster

    @chrisnewitt: Thanks ๐Ÿ™‚

    #68265
    npratt
    Member

    I have an older pro version and tried all the codes above to get rid of the search box and non of them worked. http://www.cstsolutionsllc.com/

    Please send a code that will work with the theme I purchased in June of 2013.

    Why wasn’t removing the search box simply included in the search options area???

    #68273
    Sakin
    Keymaster

    @npratt: I see that you are using Catch Box Pro theme and this support is for Catch Responsive Pro theme, so it is not working for you.

    For Catch Box Pro theme, you need to post it in http://catchthemes.com/support-forum/forum/catch-box-pro-premium/.

    To remove search box in Header Right from Catch Box Pro, you can go to “Appearance => Theme Options => Header Options”, check in “Disable Header Right Sidebar?” and save changes.

    #83243

    Hi,

    How can I remove search box and page not found from Home page on my website?

    http://docs.tools.markavip.com/

    Thanks for your support.

    #83292
    Sakin
    Keymaster

    @mohammad.shroukh: Your link is not opening to view it. Can you check your URL and let me know it.

    #88544

    Hi, I’m having a similar problem with mine. http://newcommunitycoalition-coos.org In this case I want to add back the search bar but I can’t remember how I removed it. The search icon would be sufficient, but it likes to make the menu take up three lines instead of two if there are to many links in the menu bar. (of which you can’t dictate how many of the pages become links) Easier just to add back the top search bar… The theme I’m using is the free version of Clean Journal.

    #88555
    Sakin
    Keymaster

    @rabbyosaberwolves: Just remove the following css from “Appearance => Customize => Theme Options => Custom CSS Options” box:

    #search-toggle {
    display:none;}

    The menu item is more and the space is less. That is why you have issue like that of 3 lines, you can add the following css in “Appearance => Customize => Theme Options => Custom CSS Options” box to fix it:

    @media screen and (max-width: 1280px) {
    	.clean-journal-nav-menu a {
    	    padding: 0 15px;
    	}
    }
    @media screen and (max-width: 1152px) {
    	.clean-journal-nav-menu a {
    	    padding: 0 12px;
    	}
    }
    @media screen and (max-width: 1100px) {
    	.clean-journal-nav-menu a {
    	    font-size: 14px;
    	    padding: 0 12px;
    	}
    }
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