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Moving Menu Above Logo on Stack: Center Header

Hey team, I've got what I'm sure is a simple question that I just can't figure out. All I want to do is move the menu for my client's site above the logo when viewing on a standard screen (not mobile or anything of course). That's it. I can edit the hell outta CSS when it comes to BeTheme, but I just can't figure out how to structurally swap those two elements vertically.

Any help would be greatly appreciated! (Website URL is by the way.) Thanks!


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  • Maybe I wasn't clear. Sorry. I'm wondering where the HTML structure for that particular header is found. I know I can't change it with CSS, but I couldn't find the where that is located in the HTML/PHP pages to make the change. It's a simple enough thing, I just don't know where to find that actual code.
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