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Which CSS Styles for the WADA forms

Thread began 4/06/2014 2:41 pm by Paul | Last modified 4/07/2014 8:49 am by Paul | 357 views | 3 replies


Which CSS Styles for the WADA forms

I need some guidance to the proper CSS style.

If you look at this page on a smartphone (it fits perfect in a web browser): there are a few items that do not respond properly. They extend out to the right quite a bit and I need to find the correct style to edit it.

Also, on the page: the Image Resizer is correctly resizing it to what I have designated for a browser, but is there a way to get it to respond to fir the width of a smartphone too? And I am having the same issue with some of the text fields.

Appreciate anyone who can tell me where the styles are to edit, or if there are any styles at all.


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