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styling forms

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Msg#: 4462764 posted 2:10 am on Jun 8, 2012 (gmt 0)

Say for example I have a text field, and I want the borders to be blue, I also want the height to be higher than default, the text to be larger, the text to be padded, particularly from the start of the border, and the border corners to be rounded.
How would I achieve that?



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Msg#: 4462764 posted 1:56 pm on Jun 8, 2012 (gmt 0)

Hi whatson, and welcome to css. Whew! A lot of questions in there. Styling forms can be tricky because they are part of the user interface so your mileage will vary browser to browser. Text-boxes aren't so bad, and the first two articles in a search on "styling forms" are a reasonably good start.

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