How can I get the menu. social buttons, and a little form area to be right next to each other?

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How would I get my menu, social buttons, and single entry form all in line right under logo?

See attached image for an example.

Thanks!
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Hello Joseph

To assist you best, I'd need to go into your Sitebuilder and look at your site. Can you please post the URL of your website? I think your Social Media buttons are pretty well positioned right now - so do I understand you correctly that you would prefer them to follow your "Contact" menu link without a gap?
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Hi Stefan! The site is furiogames.com I would like all items on 1 line as in the attached picture. "Navigation Menu Items" then 3 social buttons then a single email entry form with button to the right of entry form. All sitting right under my logo on the same line. Is the example image not showing? Thank! :-)
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Hi Stefan! The site is furiogames.com I would like all items on 1 line as in the attached picture. "Navigation Menu Items" then 3 social buttons then a single email entry form with button to the right of entry form. All sitting right under my logo on the same line. Is the example image not showing? Thank! :-)
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Hello Joseph

Oh I see, I thought your screenshot was showing the current condition of your website already, now I understand that this is what you'd actually like to achieve.

I'm afraid that this exact layout of your navigation menu links, Social Media buttons and search box won't be possible to create with Yola. The space for the navigation is exclusive to the menu links, so other elements or widgets cannot be added there. This is because the navigation bar needs to be flexible depending on the amount of menu links a user adds, so other elements cannot be placed there.

The only workaround would be to undisplay the default navigation of your Style and manually create a custom navigation menu instead at the very top of your pages. In order not to have to create the navigation from scratch on each new page you add, you'd need to create your custom default page for which you use the "Save Page As" feature to create any new page. You could then work with the Column Divider Widget to arrange your menu together with your Social Media buttons and search box. It can easily be done by using the Custom Panel or the Button Widgets, but it's not automatic and less comfortable than the default navigation.
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