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My background color is not consistent with different browsersAsked by HACA on April 11, 2015 at 07:08 PM
Recently, I imported my form from AdobeCentral Forms. In Designer view, I selected white as my background color because it imported with gray. When formatting or designing the form the background is white. However, when I preview the form in Firefox Mozilla, the background is black. When I view it in IE or Google Chrome it is white. I verified the background color selection is white.
I have had so many problems with this form, I wish I had just started fresh.
Thank you for any insight,
I fixed the issue by applying an input background color in Designer.
Disregard. It is not fixed. It is now back to a black background in Mozilla.
Its might be due to the imported CSS codes. Anyway, inject this CSS codes to your form. This should make your form background white into all browsers.
To inject this code, open the Designer, click on the CSS tab and paste the code there.
Let us know if you have any other problems with your form. Thank you!