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  • #3884
    LEGAGNEUR
    Participant

    Hello, with the theme “catch box” area search was melted in my banner but since “catch box pro ” it is not over!
    Can you help me put the search box in my header?
    sorry for my english, I’m french!
    cordially
    Rico

    catch box pro

    catch box

    #3885
    LEGAGNEUR
    Participant
    #3913
    Sakin
    Keymaster

    @web-automobile: If you want it like the screenshot you send me then add the following css in Custom CSS box in your theme Options.

    #header-content { position: relative; }
    .sidebar-top { position: absolute; right: 4px; top: 42px; }

    #3915
    LEGAGNEUR
    Participant

    Hello Sakin,

    Thank you, it is signal as I wish it!

    good day

    #16654
    silentcall
    Member

    I´d also like to have the search box in front of my header-picture. I copy/paste the css-code from above, but its does´t work.
    http://www.exitpoint.de

    Thanks for Help.

    Chris

    #16700
    Sakin
    Keymaster

    @silentcall: First you need to add search in header with default setting and then I can check in.

    #17867
    LEGAGNEUR
    Participant

    Hello,

    since an update, the search area is not well in the header. Can you help me to replace properly.

    thank you
    good day

    #17874
    Sakin
    Keymaster

    @web-automobile: What is your issue? Please let me know with your site URL.

    #17876
    LEGAGNEUR
    Participant
    #17878
    Sakin
    Keymaster

    @web-automobile: Sorry I don’t know how was your header right search. If you are talking about the white background then you can make it transparent by adding in the following CSS in “Appearance => Theme Options => Custom CSS” box.
    .sidebar-top .widget { background-color: transparent; }

    #17901
    LEGAGNEUR
    Participant

    thank you

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