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    I was able to build a responsive Drupal subtheme thanks to what I learned with Treehouse.

    One little problem I’m having with SNEAKERscholar

    The search box is in the right spot but I can’t click into it or enter text and the button isn’t active.

    I used z-index to bring it to the top, but it’s still not working.

    I’m not sure what else to try…


    You have an empty element: <div id="navigation"></div> that is blocking the header. Try removing it or removing the 100% width style on that element. At the moment it doesn’t seem like you’re using it for anything.


    I’m not sure why that div is even displaying; there are no blocks placed in that region.

    I’ll look more closely at the .tpl.php files. In the meantime, I used display:none to resolve the problem.

    Thanks so much for helping!

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