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    List of CSS properties codes - we can change / insert

    Asked by iconicperformances on March 19, 2011 at 07:30 PM

    I have read quite alot about the changing or creating our own CSS style sheets.

    The problem I have is I don't know what codes are, to actually change.  Is there a list of what can be changed on the form?

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    Answered by liyam on March 20, 2011 at 01:28 AM

    Hello,

    I believe almost all (if not all) of it can be changed. 

    You will just need to know how to do CSS nesting, overriding, and able to know how to style the tag itself.  If you're having trouble trying to change something, just let us know.  maybe one highly skilled CSS specialist might be able to give you a solution.

    Hope this helps.

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    Answered by iconicperformances on March 20, 2011 at 05:21 AM

    Great thanks, I am quite savy in writing up the codes, I just don't which code relates to what aspect of the form.  For example, to change add a table into the code (as it uses) bullets <li>, how could I alter this so that the fields are entered into a table, rather than within <li>

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    Answered by NeilVicente on March 20, 2011 at 05:38 AM

    Hi,

    You can do so by altering the form's source code, change <li>'s to <tr>'s and <td>'s. It would be best to do this using a WYSIWYG editor such as Adobe Dreamweaver so that you'll get codes that are W3C compliant and with less errors.

    However, I would suggest against drastic customization as it might mess up the codes unless you really understand what you're doing. If you're using Firefox, you can use a plugin that is most used by web developers called Firebug - this will make your work a lot easier.