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Question I have... Can you tell me how to upload a site to iPage from dreamweaver's FTP? Thanks for any answer or 2. Another quick question... Does anyone know where classes are defined for checkboxes, input boxes etc?? Obviously, I know they have their own styles in the stylesheet, and I'm pretty sure it's html_output.php which sets out which types of input boxes are assigned which styles, but I just can't how or where so I can change them..

(I want to specify different styles for input boxes, checkboxes and radio buttons, but at the moment the style i've given for input boxes in the stylesheet is being applied to all of these and I want to stop it.).

This page will show you what I mean -.

Http://www.cukoo.co....ate_account.php.

Please help!.

Betty...

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You betcha! although you might wanna make sure and wait for another member to confirm it as I am unsure. Better yet, why don't you contact the iPage guys because they can give you an answer better...

Comment #1

Hi! Thanks very much for replying Bluepony, but I already did that and it doesn't seem to make any difference. At the moment my stylesheet looks like this:.

CHECKBOX {.

Font-family: Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;.

Font-size: 10px;.

Border: none;.

}.

SELECT {.

Font-family: Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;.

Font-size: 10px;.

Border: none;.

}.

RADIOBOX {.

Font-family: Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;.

Font-size: 10px;.

Border: none;.

}.

INPUT {.

Font-family: Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;.

Font-size: 10px;.

Color: #000000;.

Background-color: #FFFFFF;.

Border: #666666;.

Border-style: solid;.

Border-top-width: 1px;.

Border-right-width: 1px;.

Border-bottom-width: 1px;.

Border-left-width: 1px;.

}.

But I'm still getting this as the output:.

Http://www.cukoo.co....ate_account.php.

(it's even putting a border round the continue button, and I just can't see anything in my code that's telling it to do this!).

Does anyone else have any ideas??.

Betty..

Comment #2

The problem is that all of these are "input" types. So the border around the input is applying to all types..

Specifying the input type should fix it:.

INPUT.CHECKBOX {.

Font-family: Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;.

Font-size: 10px;.

Border: none;.

}.

INPUT.SELECT {.

Font-family: Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;.

Font-size: 10px;.

Border: none;.

}.

INPUT.RADIOBOX {.

Font-family: Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;.

Font-size: 10px;.

Border: none;.

}.

INPUT {.

Font-family: Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;.

Font-size: 10px;.

Color: #000000;.

Background-color: #FFFFFF;.

Border: #666666;.

Border-style: solid;.

Border-top-width: 1px;.

Border-right-width: 1px;.

Border-bottom-width: 1px;.

Border-left-width: 1px;.

}..

Comment #3

Bluepony you're a GENIUS!! that's brilliant - thanks ever so much. I really appreciate it - it's being baffling me for ages!.

Betty..

Comment #4

Hi - sorry, me again! bluepony's fabulous advice has fixed most of my problems, but i'm still getting a border around all of my form submit buttons that I don't want. I can't see a style in my stylesheet which specifically defines form submit buttons, but was wondering if I could perhaps make one up and change the code somewhere in html_output to point to it???.

Maybe in this section??.

// Outputs a button in the selected language.

 function tep_image_submit($image, $alt = '', $parameters = '') {.

   global $language;.

   $image_submit = '<input type="image" src="'tep_output_string(DIR_WS_LANGUAGES$language'/images/buttons/'$image)'" border="0" alt="'tep_output_string($alt)'"';.

   if (tep_not_null($alt)) $image_submit .= ' title=" 'tep_output_string($alt)' "';.

   if (tep_not_null($parameters)) $image_submit .= ' '$parameters;.

   $image_submit .= '>';.

   return $image_submit;.

 }.

Sorry to bang on about it - i'm just not sure how/where I could do this. would appreciate any ideas!!.

Betty..

Comment #5

Try this:.

// Outputs a button in the selected language.

Function tep_image_submit($image, $alt = '', $parameters = '') {.

Global $language;.

$image_submit = '<input type="image" src="'tep_output_string(DIR_WS_LANGUAGES$language'/images/buttons/'$image)'" border="0" style="border: none;" alt="'tep_output_string($alt)'"';.

If (tep_not_null($alt)) $image_submit .= ' title=" 'tep_output_string($alt)' "';.

If (tep_not_null($parameters)) $image_submit .= ' '$parameters;.

$image_submit .= '>';.

Return $image_submit;.

}.

I just added an inline style to hide the border..

This post has been edited by.

Bluepony.

: 29 April 2004, 14:18..

Comment #6

Bluepony I love you! thanks so much - it works a treat. never knew about inline styles before....

Betty..

Comment #7

Does anyone know where classes are defined for checkboxes, input boxes etc?? Obviously, I know they have their own styles in the stylesheet, and I'm pretty sure it's html_output.php which sets out which types of input boxes are assigned which styles, but I just can't how or where so I can change them..

(I want to specify different styles for input boxes, checkboxes and radio buttons, but at the moment the style i've given for input boxes in the stylesheet is being applied to all of these and I want to stop it.).

This page will show you what I mean -.

Http://www.cukoo.co....ate_account.php.

Please help!.

Betty...

Comment #8

The default stylesheet has those objects grouped together:.

CHECKBOX, INPUT, RADIO, SELECT {.

Font-family: Verdana, Arial, sans-serif;.

Font-size: 11px;.

}.

Just change it and give each object it's own individual style:.

CHECKBOX {.

Font-family: Verdana, Arial, sans-serif;.

Font-size: 14px;.

}.

RADIO {.

Font-family: Verdana, Arial, sans-serif;.

Font-size: 11px;.

Font-weight: bold;.

}.

SELECT {.

Font-family: Verdana, Arial, sans-serif;.

Font-size: 11px;.

Color: red;.

}.

INPUT {.

Font-family: Verdana, Arial, sans-serif;.

Font-size: 11px;.

}.

This post has been edited by.

Bluepony.

: 28 April 2004, 16:16..

Comment #9


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.