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How do I add the search box back to the BrandNav

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relyon    0
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I'm designing (not so much a coder!) a site for a client that requires the BrandNav instead of the NavBar. When I switched to the BrandNav, the search box went away, but I still need that functionality. How would I get a search box at the end of my BrandNav?

 

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Glad you were able to resolve this via Live Support.

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