I tried to customize the admin bar a bit by adding an extra logo, and showing the bar to all users even non registered ones. Even the search bar. Is there a way to add my icons to the responsive menu too with the search button as well, if possible. Do I have to use any specific css classes?
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WordPress comes with an admin bar that displays handy shortcuts for logged in users. In this article, we will explain what is the WordPress admin bar, and how you can utilize or customize it to your own needs. WordPress admin bar is a floating bar displayed for logged in users. It contains links to different admin screens, which allows logged in users to quickly switch to admin area when viewing the website. The admin bar is displayed for all users inside the admin area. Individual users can hide the admin bar when viewing the website by editing their user profile. The items displayed in the WordPress admin bar change based on user role and permissions. For example, users with administrator role see different items in the menu bar than users with editor role and so on. Just like everything else in WordPress, the Admin bar is fully customizable via custom code or plugins. Some plugins already take advantage of this feature by adding their own menus in the admin bar.
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But it can also be weird if you use absolute positioning for things. As they will be different depending on if the bar is there or not. Using the code above to remove the bump CSS will make the bar cover the top bit of your site, but at least the positioning will be consistent. Frontend Masters is the best place to get it. Does this mean that the admin bar will still be shown for logged in users, but it will overlay the first 28px instead of pushing them down?