Is it possible to add a small search block on the sitewide header nav area beside the navigation panel?

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Hi There,

Thanks for the Theme. I'm trying to have a search box on the top right of the site (similar to what the site has). Would appreciate tips on what settings need to be changed to enable this?


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c5hub replied on at Permalink Reply
Currently there is no built in option to add a search bar within the navigation. You could always hard code this in to the autonav custom template but that is outside of the support we offer.
jubalj replied on at Permalink Reply
Thank you! I note that your second update addressed this issue!..

For anyone else wanting to do this, add a stack called 'topbar_search' with a search block, then use the 'Top Bar Search' custom template to style it.

I have however noted that after the update some of fonts are no longer open-sans (in the sidebar, sitewide footer, and links), I havent overridden preference for any of the theme fonts.. is this is a bug? (eg
c5hub replied on at Permalink Reply
Not a problem - we added in the latest version.

Fonts - not sure at the moment; let me take a look.
c5hub replied on at Permalink Reply
Just looking at the fonts set in the defaults.less file for links - it is currently set to Helvetica. This should be able to be changed albeit for the concrete5 bug I have mentioned here

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