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Form builder doesn't retain css

Thread began 9/16/2014 6:52 pm by Paul | Last modified 9/18/2014 1:46 pm by Paul | 1452 views | 6 replies


Form builder doesn't retain css

I've remade this form 3 times now.

Each time, it looked great in the Form Builder window and in my Dreamweaver. I uploaded it and it looked fine except for those darn borders and bullets. I've done everything I can to remove them in the CSS Form Builder, but they don't go.

I remade the saved form elements into a new form and this is what happens. I've uploaded the entire webassist folder, but it doesn't retain my CSS styles.

I don't understand why it isn't remembering the way it looks.

Appreciate the help.

I've now uninstalled all WA extensions (Free Tools, Design Extender and Data Bridge) and reinstalled in the order that Jason has taught me: Tools, Design and Data Bridge.

This is now attempt #4.
I removed the form from the page and went into the Webassist New Form.

The form is a few simple fields. I recreated them.

I went into the CSS part and all I did was a few minor tweaks:
Changed form width to 100%
In Fieldset, I made the border Style None, width 0 pixels. I don't want the border or the bullets in the List.

In the Attachment 1, you will see what it looked like when I was finished. It looked like what I wanted. No Border and the fields all nice and neat.
Attachment 2, is how it looked after I saved the Design and returned to the main page.
Attachment 3 is how it looked after I re-uploaded the page and the entire Webassist folder.

It doesn't want to work for me.
Again, I appreciate the help.

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