Contact & Quotes Form Colors and Sizes
Editing template form field css code
Form field colors and sizes are controlled by editing the .css files. The global css file may be named "style.css", "coolstyle.css" or "corporatestyle.css". In color theme templates the css files will be in your "colors" folder. Edit css files in Notepad, TextEdit or a plain text editor.
CSS styles for forms
Edit the colors, font sizes and field sizes of the form elements in the css file(s). See Template Colors Support
for more details about the css files. The contact and quotes form css code has its own section of code just after the heading:
/* CONTACT & QUOTES PAGE CODE */
Edit the ".shadeform" ".textarea" and ".dropdown" and ".submitbutton" and ".submitbuttonon" or "input[type=submit]" variables.
In color theme
templates edit the form elements in the css files in the "colors" folder.
Sizes in the HTML pages
In some templates the width for form fields will need to be edited in the css file, in other models the height and width will be in the "contact.htm" or "quotes.htm". Here is an example of what to edit in an HTML page:
<input type="text" name="your_name" size="30" class="shadeform">
The following is an example of the code in the "contact.htm" to edit for the large textarea on the contact page:
<textarea name="comments" rows="9" cols="35" class="textarea"></textarea>
Sizes not updating
If you edit the above and the sizes do not change then this means that the height and width for these items will be in the CSS file, or, there may be some CSS code directly on the HTML element, or in very rare cases there will be CSS code at the top of the HTML page in the head section.
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