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Form Builder inserting incomplete code for a legend...

Thread began 9/14/2009 9:25 pm by steve387748 | Last modified 9/17/2009 2:35 pm by steve387748 | 1314 views | 6 replies


Form Builder inserting incomplete code for a legend.- RESOLVED

I found that after creating a form using FB, the fieldset was smaller than the contents of the actual fieldset so the 1px border I turned on would show where the fieldset was supposed to be, but the form elements (such as first name, last name, etc.) were outside of the fieldset's border. The legend also wasn't appearing correctly. The form elements were breaking out of the top of the fieldset so I wouldn't see a border for the top of the fieldset, just the sides and the bottom.

Just for grins, I decided to turn off the legend and things looked OK. So I looked at the code for the legend and discovered that FB had created the following code:

<legend class="groupHeader">
Tell us about yourself <span class=</legend>

No idea why the <span class= code is being inserted, but it is the culprit for screwing up the fieldset as well as the legend.

I removed the code by hand for all the legends (they all had the same errant code inserted) and the form looked OK. Then I decided to try and edit the form and change the form's width. After doing this and clicking Finish, I could see where FB was generating code for the form, but it reinserted the errant <span class= code for each legend again.

Any idea what's causing this?


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