By default, the Genesis Sample child theme by StudioPress centers the header image only when the header right widget area is inactive. Once
Tutorials in this archive contain code which enables you to add, edit, customize, style or modify a search form, search results or search widget in Genesis child themes. The code is guaranteed to work as shown in the demo images and videos. Installation of all code as well as support for PHP code is provided for members.
This code enables you to add a expanding search form in the Navigation menu of any WordPress theme. The code is tested in the Genesis Sample
This code adds a search icon to your nav menu and toggles open a search form wich displays below the icon like you see in the following gif
This code creates a expanded search box which you can use in any menu location like this: Update : Here's a newer solution which uses
This sidedown overlay theme includes a widget which displays when you click the search icon on secondary nav menu. Here's the demo
This code adds the WordPress search box to either your primary or secondary navigation menu. The code works in any theme however you may