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    I would like to change the appearance of my sites Search Bar

    I would like to change the appearance of my sites Search Bar

    www.trade-th.com

    currently there are 2 bars, top with Categories, and bottom with Country Region

    I would like to integrate these 2 bars into 1 bar.

    Countries is not necessary so would be removed.

    Is this complicated ?

    Is there someone who could assist me with this change?

    All replies, and help appreciated

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    A single form is already used to contain those fields. Even though visually they may appear separate those controls are represented as a single form within the HTML. Therefore, this comes down to a HTML/CSS issue more so than PHP. The only reason you would need to modify the PHP/HTML would be if the intended design requires it. Though it looks like ti would be possible to change the design with CSS alone. It all depends on how you want the controls to display. A single line really wouldn't work well considering all the different screen resolutions out there. If you were to put that all on one line it would undoubtably looked crammed on some screen widths.
    The only code I hate more than my own is everyone else's.

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    Hello oddz,

    Thank you for your quick helpful reply,

    I was unsure were to place my query, maybe an administrator will move it to HTML/CSS forum.



    Quote Originally Posted by oddz View Post
    A single form is already used to contain those fields. Even though visually they may appear separate those controls are represented as a single form within the HTML. Therefore, this comes down to a HTML/CSS issue more so than PHP.


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