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Black border around forms in CSS Form Builder

Thread began 4/27/2010 8:21 pm by matt159956 | Last modified 6/29/2011 7:41 am by info256652 | 2102 views | 5 replies |

matt159956

Black border around forms in CSS Form Builder

How do I get rid of this stupid black border around my form created in CSS Form Builder???

I have loaded the page in Firefox, disabled ALL style sheets and it's still there. I cannot find a rule in any of the attached style sheets for a border. It would seem that this border is generated by a javascript file, but I can't seem to find it.

Please help! I want it gone!

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

please post a link where I could see the problem to look into the cause.

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matt159956

Form Border

Hi Jason,

Thanks for the prompt reply. Here is the link to the page in question:

appointment.php

I found another post last night saying to set the border to "none" on the fieldset style, but that didn't seem to resolve the issue.

Can I simply remove the fieldset tag all together without damaging the form?

CSS Form Builder has potential, but I wish I had access to the non-styled forms provided, kind of like the prebuilt Contact form.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

change the field set tag:

html:
<fieldset id="Appointment_request" class="NewFromBlank_Default">




to:

html:
<fieldset id="Appointment_request" class="NewFromBlank_Default" style="border:none;">
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matt159956

Thanks

Thanks Jason... that did the trick.

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info256652

Plain versions please

Jeez

I've just wasted a good hour or so trying to get rid of this, I agree, stupid border

Really isn't good to enforce a style that can't seem to be found anywhere (I searched css and JS files to get rid of the **** thing)

Could I suggest you offer a totally plain option on these kind of wizards

I don't use and never will use templates and would find it much easier if you offered a nice clean option with browser buttons etc (version 1 of security assist offered a non image button option I think)

This goes for all webassist wizards and puts me off using the tools (despite having full super suite), always seems to want to play with templates and colour schemes

Thanks


Lee

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