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styling forms

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I am trying my hand at styling forms for the first time
I found this link out on the internet showing me what to do,
but I don't follow all that is going on.

I was wondering if someone had a few minutes to help me
clean up the top of the first form. If you look at it you will
see that I used a span to absolutly position the fieldset legend,
across the top of the first form, but for some reason the line
is still being hidden by something.

I would also like to remove the overlap that goes across the top
of the first form if that is possilble.

NOTE: I am using tables because I am still leaning how to work
with css and positioning. Once I get this form worked out I will
try to use css for the entire web page.

http://www.testbeddesigns.com/CCSCC/index.html
http://www.testbeddesigns.com/CCSCC/ccscc.css

any insight would be appreciated
Kevin
Oct 22 '08 #1
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>I am trying my hand at styling forms for the first time
I found this link out on the internet showing me what to do,
but I don't follow all that is going on.

I was wondering if someone had a few minutes to help me
clean up the top of the first form. If you look at it you will
see that I used a span to absolutly position the fieldset legend,
across the top of the first form, but for some reason the line is still
being hidden by something.

I would also like to remove the overlap that goes across the top
of the first form if that is possilble.

NOTE: I am using tables because I am still leaning how to work with css
and positioning. Once I get this form worked out I will try to use css for
the entire web page.

http://www.testbeddesigns.com/CCSCC/index.html
http://www.testbeddesigns.com/CCSCC/ccscc.css

any insight would be appreciated
Kevin
Link to fancy forms
http://www.sitepoint.com/article/fancy-form-design-css/
Kevin

Oct 22 '08 #2

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