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@Vee's method will work, but if you want to keep it hidden from display use this method : .search-form .screen-reader-text { overflow: hidden; clip: rect(1px, 1px, 1px, 1px); position: absolute !important; height: 1px; width: 1px; } It looks like you have a jetpack custom css plugin installed so just add this there, then you don't have to ...


Context: accessibility guidance says forms should have labels. The theme designer obviously decided they didn't want the label there but used that CSS trick to move it without (completely) disobeying the guidance. However, that code only hides the search form label off the left of a page in English (or other Left to Right language). Since Hebrew is Right ...


It is due to css: Check this(Line # 314 style.css): .search-form .screen-reader-text { left: -9999px; overflow: hidden; position: absolute; } Remove the left margin then it works fine. It is on sidebar search form. Sorry for English. Thanks

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