Search Form Not Displaying in Primary Nav Menu

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  • #4827

    kzoll
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    I have “Enable Extras on Right Side” selected under Genesis Theme Settings… but it’s not displaying in my Primary Navigation Menu. Any idea what could be causing it NOT to display, despite being checked in the Genesis Settings? I do have a Search Form widget in my right sidebar, but I’d really love to have it right there on my primary nav menu.

    URL in question is http://theinfertilityvoice.com.

    Advice much appreciated!

    #4834

    Aaron Hartland
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    The search form isn’t being displayed because of the “display:none;” line here in your CSS file:
    #nav li.search {
    padding: 0 10px;
    display: none;
    }

    Delete that and you’ll see your search form…. HOWEVER… Once you delete that and view your search form… You’ll notice that it doesn’t fit very well. :)

    To fix that, I’d suggest tweaking your nav items -OR- if it was me… I’d probably hide the “search” button and just have the text area… Either way, you’ll still have some tweaking to do.

    I hope that helps!


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    #4835

    kzoll
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    *headdesk* Yeah, display:none would do that. :)

    Thank you Aaron for the prompt and very accurate reply! Off to do a little CSS tweaking.

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