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How do I style the Google Custom Site Search box when using ajax?

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I have managed to get my Google Custom Site Search working using ajax but I'd like to style the search boxes like you can do when you use the iframe version through the Google Custom Site Search Control Panel.

My Test pages are here - this is my search box:

http://www.guitarforbeginners.com/search_first.html -

the results page is here:
http://www.guitarforbeginners.com/search_results.html?q=test

How can I style the search box when I am using ajax.

Also, can the search box be styled on the results page as well? I don't like the way it stretches all the way across the page.

Thanks for any help
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Thank you, yes it did help.
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You're welcome! Thanks for the points!
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