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    Do you have a custom css that would force a capital letter for the first letter of each (first and last name) field?

    Asked by toddg on October 05, 2011 at 01:21 PM

    In other words if the user attempted to type "tim" for the first name, the form would automatically capitalize the first letter and make it "Tim"?  Same for last name.

    Also, in testing our forms the website owner's advisor was able to enter e-mail addresses that weren't valid.  I can't reproduce this without getting "Please enter a valid e-mail address. Thanks!" However when I look at the submissions he was able to do this.   I don't yet know what type of computer or device he was using.  Would these forms possibly act any differently on any mobile operating system as far as you know?  I can't reproduce this on my droid or pc, but was wondering about iOS and other mobile operating systems.  Thanks!

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    Answered by idarktech on October 05, 2011 at 07:17 PM

    Hi todd,

    Try injecting this CSS code:

     

    .form-textbox, .form-textarea, .form-dropdown, .form-list {

    text-transform:capitalize;}

    And with regards to your 2nd concern, I haven't seen any problem with your form. Email validation is working fine. Would you mind if you could post here the browser he was using and his OS for further investigation? We will wait for your response. Thanks.