Address Bar has disappeared from Safari
Someone's grandchild changed something on my mother's Safari interface such that there is no longer an Address Bar. All she has at the top is the built-in Google Search bubble (the one with "Google" in gray letters). She therefore cannot type a URL without typing it in the Google Search bar. And when she searches and clicks on a resulting link, the page that loads still doesn't have an Address Bar.
I have no idea what the child did to put my mom's Safari in what seems to be some kind of unbreakable Google-specific interface. My mom is not good with computers and is easily frustrated, so my trying to figure out the problem with trial and error over the phone stressed her out greatly.
Any idea how I can change this back to regular Safari, with an Address Bar and a Search Bar? I live in a different state from my mom. I *think* I have remotely backed up her iPad on my Mac via iCloud (I'm a little unsure of this, but I log in to my Mac with her Apple ID separate from my regular login with my credentials and open iTunes). Would it work for me to delete her Safari using iTunes and then reinstall it from iTunes? She does not connect her iPad to a computer
Thanks for any help,