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  • ssriram99
    Hello, Can anyone tell where can I find details of HTML QA and Homesite Software. Any help on this issue will be greatly appreciated. Thanks and
    Message 1 of 2601 , Jul 1 5:13 AM
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      Hello,<br><br>Can anyone tell where can I find details of HTML QA and Homesite Software. Any help on this issue will be greatly appreciated.<br><br>Thanks and best Regards<br><br>S.Sriram
    • webmasternow_com
      ... Use CSS to make a class attribute. Then use that attribute in your form elements. In this example I use bolding, and shrink form elements, such as button,
      Message 2601 of 2601 , Apr 17, 2002
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        --- In htmlresources2@y..., njdude65 wrote:
        > How can I make text boxes, drop-down lists, etc
        > match the height of my text? Right now there is a page
        > which has smaller labels for the controls, and the
        > comparatively huge text in the controls looks awful. I'm sure
        > this is basic -- I've spent too much time on the
        > advanced database stuff to figure out some of the more
        > simple things :)<br><br>Dude

        Use CSS to make a class attribute. Then use that attribute in your
        form elements. In this example I use bolding, and shrink form
        elements, such as button, and text boxes. I left the last text box
        untouched, for a quick comparison.

        <body>
        <style>

        <!-- .link { font-family: Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;
        font-size: 10px; font-weight: bold; color: #000000} body {
        font-family: -->
        </style>

        <form><input TYPE="BUTTON" VALUE="WebmasterNow.com",
        STYLE="font-size:8pt; font-weight: bold"
        ONCLICK="window.location.href='http://www.WebmasterNow.com'"
        class="link"></form>

        <form class="link">
        <select size="1" class="link">
        <font face="arial, helvetica" SIZE="4"><option selected>
        Click here to see small bolded text!</option></font></font>
        </select>

        <input type=text class="link">
        <input type=text>
        </form>

        Notice the class attributes in both form and select - this is needed
        for cross browser compatibility. I needed both to work on NS 4.7, NS
        6.2 and IE 6


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        Jim Symonds www.WebmasterNow.com
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