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Where does this border come from?

Thread began 3/17/2010 11:35 am by dan361748 | Last modified 3/17/2010 2:29 pm by Eric Mittman | 571 views | 1 replies |


Where does this border come from?

Wondering if someone can point me in the right direction. Where does this border come from? I've created the form in Form Builder and I can't identify the CSS source of the border around the form...even when I inspect if from Firebug. It always seems to be there in my Form Builder forms. Please see attached. Many thanks!

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Eric Mittman

The border is not explicitly defined within the css, it is there by default when the <fieldset> tag is used. If you would like to get rid of the border you need to set the border to none in the following style:

form.NewFromBlank_Default fieldset.NewFromBlank_Default {
border: none; /*add in this attribute to get rid of the border */

If you have a different style applied to your field set you will need to add this attribute to that style.

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