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Input boxes divided - .cform input-problem / background changes
August 6, 2007
10:12 pm
Petter
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My input boxes are all sliced up, and changing upon focus, hover and select. I suspected it to be a problem with my theme´s stylesheet, so I tried another theme with no success.Same problem with other cforms-stylings…

http://lydklinikken.no/?page_id=6

.cform input:hover,select,focus
.cform input-problem 

August 6, 2007
10:35 pm
Oliver
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Iin your CSS stylesheet, look for (3x):

background:url(../images/field-bg-  …. 

and replace with:

background:#f9f9f9 url(../images/field-bg-

#f9f9f9 is the new part so to speak. see if that works for you.

August 7, 2007
12:42 am
Petter
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Thanks, it kinda worked, the boxes are readable – but still don't look like they're supposed to… take a look

If I remove the background: url(../images/field-bg-… altogether, they just turn plain white.

August 7, 2007
6:57 am
Oliver
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Petter said:

Thanks, it kinda worked, the boxes are readable – but still don't look like they're supposed to… take a look

If I remove the background: url(../images/field-bg-… altogether, they just turn plain white.


That's the beatuy of CSS. Instead of #F9F9F9, try simply #FFFFFF I think that is the proper background to which the top and bottom 'line' fade into.

August 7, 2007
11:39 am
Petter
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I think its the same. Hard to tell though.
Ie doesn't respond to mouse-movements at all it seems. Changed this also without luck.

.cform select {
    padding:1px 3px;
    background: #FFFFFF;

 

Do you think cForms have problems with my theme?
Here is my stylesheet

A copy of my index.php

Here is the background image used

August 7, 2007
7:59 pm
Oliver
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I see you're still using #F9F9F9 as opposed to #FFFFFF.

Also, if you want to split the background color from the image, make sure you split it all the way, ie.  use

background-color

background-image

etc.

background:#ffffff url(../images/field-bg-

should do the trick. 

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