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  • #29073

    Hello Dear Kriesi Support Team,

    in the continuation of my border colour/no border issues, my client just requested that we lose all borders, except on certain items (like the portfolio gallery bullets mentioned in a previous thread) and… the contact form – again, firebug is of little help here…

    If anyone could put me in the right direction, it’d be greatly appreciated,

    thanks in advance,

    cheers,

    david

    #139636

    Hi David,

    Try adding the following CSS to your Quick CSS (located under the Styling Tab in the theme options) or the custom.css file in the css folder of your theme files:

    .main_color .input-text, .main_color input[type='text'], .main_color input[type='input'], .main_color input[type='password'], .main_color input[type='email'], .main_color textarea, .main_color select {
    border: none;
    }

    If you inspect the form field directly with firebug or dev tools the input types and styles are the first item listed in the right hand column.

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    Regards,

    Devin

    #139637

    Hi Devin,

    i tried inserting the code to no avail, i’m giving another shot to a firebug diggout though, i’ll keep you posted.

    Thanks anyway for the trick, this lights a few bulbs here :)

    #139638

    You can try forcing it with:

    .main_color .input-text, .main_color input[type='text'], .main_color input[type='input'], .main_color input[type='password'], .main_color input[type='email'], .main_color textarea, .main_color select {
    border: none !important;
    }

    #162841

    Hi Devin, i have found my way through the contact form CSS, the code that you first indicated works as advertised, no need to force, i’ve just had a loud yell at the company hosting our databases, which wouldn’t update propperly anymore – they had cut me off my phpmyadmin to top it all off, so anything like repairing tables and purging old db cache server-side was a no-go. After i got them to transfer the db to a ramdisk on a new server, things went on to update very qickly and the contact form now works as needed. This has also been the cause for the failure to display previous alterations i asked about in these forums and that just didn’t want to show…
    Anyway, all is good now and this one can be closed :)
    Thank you very much again!

    david

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