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CSS code to make this formAsked by BBC2016 on April 18, 2016 at 01:45 AM
you guys are amazing just to start off!! really so so incredible!!
if you guys could help me with this. I made a formthe url is: http://buildingbridgescoalition.org/registration-form/
I dont like how I did it - its terrible - so I made a screen shot of how i WANT it to look, I've tried and tried and I can't do it.
Can you give me css code to make my current form look like this that I made in this mockup paint drawing???
if u can provide css code like before that would be a BLESSING!
Id like everything to match the image I made - the header color, font, form field titles, everything, box size, spacing. Is this possible for one of you SMART and AMAZING MASTERMINDS to help me do????
i need some serious help!? THANK U IN ADVANCE FOR BEING TERRIFIC AND SO GREAT!!!!!!!!!!!
MY FORM RIGHT NOW: http://buildingbridgescoalition.org/registration-form/
HOW I WANT IT TO LOOK BUT I CAN"T DO IT:
It seems like you have multiple threads with almost the same concern. I see the changes you want on the form is also mentioned on these links:
This is to avoid confusion and for us to better assist you. I cloned that form and you have a lot of CSS code there, there are also some errors. I see there are already some progress on the first link thread I shared 819110. It would be best to focus on one thread to avoid confusion, especially there are already custom CSS code on the form you have. Please post your replies or follow ups on that one.