Tips to get the best Metro Theme customization [Help Needed]

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    pluzito
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    Hello everyone, I’m trying to re-fresh the look of my site (It went from Revolution theme back in the days, to Church Theme, and now is the first time I use Genesis), and I’m stuck with a couple of issues.

    I’ve set up the search form like an extra in my navbar, but when I see the site on my iphone, it dissapears. When I tried to use the searchform in the widgeted header area, it works in responsive mode, but I want it in the navbar!

    Normal View: http://min.us/lCM8s5lWTelzC

    Responsive: http://min.us/lbrYP3r36XtKq0

    I suppouse I have to change some display:none to display:50% or something like that in the CSS but I couldn’t figure out wich one. I’m not an advanced designer, but I could modify CSS with no problems.

    And the advanced question is how to put social counters next to my logo, and then get them showed in the responsive mode. I want/need/dream to have the header like this:

    Full Size: http://min.us/lnAH7D63hRkhh

    Mobile: http://min.us/llRVqThodPcPw

    One million thanks in advise from an old school lover of StudioPress.

    #31838

    AC
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    It helps to give us the URL of your website. Seeing images doesn’t allow us to see your code.

    #31843

    pluzito
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    Thanks Anitac, y url is: DoggsHipHop.com

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    ontiversmo
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    Hi Anitac,

    I’m having the same issue with the search bar. blenderbabes.com

    It shows up nice on a regular browser, but the search bar completely disappears when viewed on mobile.

    Can you help point me in the right direction?

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