Styling form elements with CSS


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Styling form elements with CSS

As we've been working with our forms, you might have noticed that the form fields themselves look different between different browsers. For instance, here in Apple {italic}Safari,{plain} this is what my pop-up menu looks like, this is what my list menu looks like, this is what my radio buttons looks like, and checkboxes. But if I look in at the same exact form in {italic}Safari,{plain} you can see that these look significantly different. This is what the menu looks like {italic}Firefox.{plain} And here's the list menu, radio buttons look more like they're more embossed in the page, rather than little bubbles like this. So as a general rule, the appearance of your forms is determined by the browser that the page is being viewed in. But you can use Cascading Style Sheets to style your forms, and most browsers will honor the CSS styles, and that you override their default appearance for forms. But not all browsers will do that. {italic}Safari{plain} is probably one the biggest ...

Styling form elements with CSS
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Styling form elements with CSS provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the Dreamweaver CS3 Essential Training

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