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Paul:-
Ow, I just found this site. Am currently learning CSS and this site is the most inspiring site I have come across since Zen CSS. Many many thanks.
(06.12.2005, 16:27)

Jo:-
In your example: The bottom padding (between the submit button and the outer bottom of the form seems to differ between Moz FF and IE 6 WIN.
(18.12.2005, 13:43)

Jo:-
@ Stu: I send you per e-mail (stu(at)cssplay.co.uk my submission 'shades of red' for the form with style. Have you received it?
(18.01.2006, 15:41)

Jo:-
@ Stu:

thx again for putting up the form.

My WIN XP language is Dutch though resulting in the reset button to be translated in Dutch as 'Herinitialiseren' but not the submit since it has a value="submit"

solve it?

<input id="button2" type="reset" value="Reset" />
(19.01.2006, 06:27)

alex:-
Hey Stu, great site.
One thing from on IE, You give your input tags a background, and silly IE--i hate it--adds this to the radio buttons/checkboxes. what i do is create a global class where I apply the background, i apply this only to the input fields.
(02.03.2006, 14:43)

Meme:-
Hello Stu, im kinda new to CSS and i found this site very inspiring..i'd like to know if its possible to get the code of some of your examples, like the css for the simple and grey form..

thx in advance
(07.07.2006, 11:12)

Efrat:-
Amazing play with css!

I used parts of this form, and in my page the displayed textarea is not null, but includes some invisible characters (blanks? - in your page it is null). Any idea how to present a completely empty = null textarea?

Many thanks!
(05.11.2006, 21:18)

Stu:-
Efrat, make sure that the closing </textarea> is on the same line as the opening <textarea> and there is no gap between the two.
<textarea name="current_medication" tabindex="40" cols="40" rows="10"></textarea>
(05.11.2006, 22:03)

Efrat:-
Amazing, (Second) problem solved!!

Thank you so much!

Efrat.
(05.11.2006, 23:23)

Michael:-
I am using forms on my site and for some reason the fieldset border collapes in Mac Safari. In other words it doesn't extend all the way down past the bottom of the form.

Any idea as to why that would be?

Thanks,

Michael
(27.12.2006, 02:44)

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