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On my website, I'm having trouble getting the search box and button to full display inside the main navigation bar.   It's pushed to far too the right.   How can I get this area to show up inside of the nav bar without setting one of the margins and/or padding to a negative value?  My auto/car website http://www.drivecore.com/ .   You'll see the search input box and search button off to the right of the bar.
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Change the width in #section_searchbox #searchboxes to 245 px and the width in #section_searchbox #searchboxes input.button to 75 px in your template.css file.
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Great!
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