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A friend of mine installed all the Thesis documentation for my new website. I am fairly proficient in HTML and CSS, but I need help with one issue. She tried adding a search bar in my main menu structure--which you will notice is totally random. I added a search widget instead. Where or how do I delete the incorrect search bar (it's in the top right corner of my site)? I can't figure out where it is coded into the site or how to remove it.

The site is: www.ladidacreative.com

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The incorrect search is found under nav_container and is the second node div.search.

Deleting the div with the search class ( div.search ) will remove that search bar and all the elements that came with it.

In chrome inspector

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