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Form appears too far from the left side of its containing element..

Thread began 9/18/2009 7:32 pm by steve387748 | Last modified 9/22/2009 11:13 am by steve387748 | 2118 views | 4 replies


Nope, the pages are considered to be in a proprietary phase right now and only local to a development server running WAMP. No other way I could determine where the left side offset is coming from? The form that was previously in the page's container (developed using DW CS4) fit in jut fine with offsets showing up as a result of CSS that was added.

That form was constructed using divs and when deciding to use FB to create the form, I commented out all the CSS related to all forms, fieldsets, and legends to see if I was getting something from my main stylesheet.

I'll try and construct a dummy page with a form in it since I also saw this offset in the page when I was first trying to get the hang of FB for building forms I'll leave the CSS internal to the page and see if that makes a difference for viewing what I'm talking about.


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