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Search Bar and Branding Nav in header

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Is there a way to make the Brand Nav appear next to the search box in the branding section? I was able to move the Search Bar but cannot make the branding nav appear.

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I don't know how to move the Brand Nav there. I see you have Navigation present. Do you have BrandNav located in the header? Or are you referring to Navigation as BrandNav?

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The BrandNav doesn't have a search bar. I understand that the BrandNav section will include a small logo and the menu, but no search. Unfortunately, I don't see a method of putting it there properly without creating a conflict.

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So there's no way to use Hooks to put in links in the Branding Section? I was able to move the search bar and notice that it expands width when mouseover. Is that the conflict you are referring to?

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Hi @questie. I can't tell from looking at your site if there will be enough room to have a search bar up there or not, but you can try using a hook. To see the list of available hooks, just install/activate the Action Map plugin from the PageLines Store. You will be able to see the hooks live on your site (just turn it on in the admin bar at the top of your live site). You should be able to use pagelines_inside_bottom_brandnav or pagelines_after_brandnav. Place the hook code in the functions.php file of either PageLines Customize plugin or Base Theme (do not add code to core files). There should be a sample hook in either file.

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Questie, You can move the search bar up into the brandnav area with: #brandnav .brandnav-nav { float: right; margin-left: 20px; margin-right: 185px; } .searchform { top: -135px; right: 55px; } You may want to adjust the brandnav and searchform numbers to make everything line up correctly.

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Took poseyg's advive above and copy/pasted into the functions.php file through Pagelines Customize plugin and now get the following on screen: Parse error: syntax error, unexpected ':' in /home/content/68/9162868/html/wp-content/themes/pagelines/functions.php on line 24 Now my site is down and I am not able to log into admin - thanks!

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@bstaikos: Best practice is to always (always always) make a copy of any core file before editing it. Have you made any changes to functions.php otherwise? If not, you can upload an "original" in order to get your site back online. And...... @poseyg's code is for placement in your site's stylesheet not functions.php. So... you need to get that functions.php restored. This is a 2 step process: Hook in functions.php CSS in your custom stylesheet Get it? PS Backup backup backup

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All set. Went into database and removed from functions.php. New at this, so appreciate your help! :)>-

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@WebWerx, would you be kind enough to provide the hook for the functions.php file?

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@bstaikos: I kinda lost track of things here as when I looked at the site I see 2 NAVs up top and no Search bar. Where are you with this?

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@WebWerx, sorry, things on my end got away from me too! Still have not done the above, but will try again this weeked. Learning curve has been a bit steep given my time committment to it, but starting to get more comfortable.

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