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    I want to know if it will be possible to move the nav from the page header to the being on top of the slider. I would want the top of the slider to be the very top of my page.

    Eventually I will need to find a way to make a translucent (70% black or something) nav bar with a logo in the middle. Images are included.

    I basically want to know how much trouble I am going to have getting this done. This is a WordPress theme and I am obviously working through WordPress.

    The theme image is a screen shot of a live site. The one with the navbar I described is a mockup. I would appreciate any help and advice I can get.
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    I'm moving this to the WordPress forum - you're more likely to get a good answer there.

    Also - which image represents what you want to accomplish?And what theme are you using with your WP install?
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    Yes, you can move your nav bar with a css of position:absolute and you can add a transparency to a style like this: #Nav{ background: rgb(255, 0, 0) ; opacity: 0.2;}

    However the logo with the split navigation is going to be the real tricky part. I'm working on a site right now and I needed the same thing. I ended up buying the adapt theme on themeforest and modifed the css of the site to look like what I wanted.
    Honestly, the time you are going to save by starting with a theme that already has that function is worth the money you spend for the theme.

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