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Old 18 Aug 2016, 18:47
katco224 katco224 is offline
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Moving login box below banner

Hi, I have seen all sorts of code to move the login box to the nav bar but I want my login box ABOVE the nav bar but BELOW the banner.

I know which code I need to move, I just don't know where to put it to make it work. if I put it in the navbar template, of course it just ends up in the nav bar.

I don't mind doing this myself if I just knew where in the heck to move it. this post here ALMOST has it, its just that it puts it into the nav bar, not above it:
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Old 22 Aug 2016, 04:40
Necrophyte Necrophyte is offline
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Quick and easy way to sorta search for where you want it. If your using chrome. Right click, inspect.
Then in the box that opens find sorta where you want it in the divs and such. And find a class name or something you can search the template for.
Then search the template for that id or class and you should have a very close idea of where you need to put it.
If I see from my 4.2.3 forum, there is a class 'floatcontainer doc_header'
I would look for that in a template, and then there is a DIV where the entire thing ends the header. Probably place it right after that.
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Old 22 Aug 2016, 15:54
katco224 katco224 is offline
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Many thanks for the try.......that is basically where I thought it would go to. So I tried again using what you suggested and it is still in the banner, it just moves it higher and a little to the right.

I think I give up at this point and will just live with it (although I admit that goes against my grain, lol). Or if I come up with some extra money I will try the paid area. I just spent quite a bit on some other work there and need to save up before I spend anything else!

Again, thanks for the response and for trying to help me.
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Old 22 Aug 2016, 16:55
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Lynne Lynne is offline
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Are you trying to do this via just CSS or actually modifying the template?

It would also help to get a link to your site.
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Try a search before posting for help. Many users won't, and don't, help if the question has been answered several times before.
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If I post some CSS and don't say where it goes, put it in the additional.css template.
I will NOT help via PM (you will be directed to post in the forums for help.)
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Old 22 Aug 2016, 21:33
katco224 katco224 is offline
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Trying to modify the template. Because I would have no clue how to do it thru CSS.
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