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SharePoint 2010 MasterPage  look and feel, navigation

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Please find the attachement for demo of the MasterPage.

All the subsites displayed on the Top Bar, right now they display in 2 lines, but  I want them to display across in the Horizontal way in only one line and to fit it correctly on the dark green bar

we want all the big green shaded and unshaded on the page to be in one color and reduce the size of it.

and want the site actions underneath the search bar......  MasterPage view
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If you want to fit them in one line you either need a huge monitor or you need to reduce the number of links you have. It does it on purpose to avoide streching the browser out and making people have to scroll to the right to see things, scrolling is a bad user experience.
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