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deleting the search bar

  1. I am using the twenty eleven theme. I changed my header images to include the name of my blog so I could get rid of the white box above the header with my blog name and the search box.

    The search box now appears in the page menu area below the header image. I would like to delete it. Is that possible?

    The blog I need help with is hikingangelesforest.com.

  2. Here you go:
    search string > Twenty Eleven searchbox header
    search results > http://en.forums.wordpress.com/topic/template-twenty-eleven-change-default-search-box-in-header-area?replies=4

  3. Thanks! That did most of what I want. It seams to have hidden the search bar, but the text for the pages will not go in that area. Is there a way to completely delete it. When I had the blog name and search box above the header images, the text would extend into that area.

  4. I got help by asking the question a slightly different way in another thread. I thought I'd post here in the event someone else looks to do the same thing and comes across this thread.

    The following is from member "thesacredpath" which worked exactly as I wanted.

    In the original CSS, there was 205px of right padding on the menu div to keep it from overrunning the search box. Add the following to the end of your CSS and it will fix it for you.

    #branding .only-search + #access div {
    padding-right: 0;
    }

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