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How can I get my search box or social icons in line with the nav menu?
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Search bar: There's a checkbox/dropdown in Genesis Theme Settings that will put the search bar at the right of your nav menu - right in your admin.
Social icons: You;ll need to move them from the header widget area to a new one you create that's on the same line with the nav bar.
Right now your nav bar is 100% of the width of your container - you'll want to give it less than that and float it left. Then you'll need to add a brand-new widgeted area that floats right.
Here's a tutorial to get you started on that: http://my.studiopress.com/tutorials/register-widget-area/ - note the part where you'll need to use a hook to show the widgeted area to the right of your nav.
Sharing the good news about the wonders of modern CSS and the split-step. Either one should get you moving fast. 😀
Thank you, I've added the hook. How do I properly show the widgeted area to the right of the nav?
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