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    forms and ie

    Hi - this isn't a big deal - but can anyone explain why a form field that I have created blue (non table- css) - changes to yellow when viewed in IE6. Displays blue in Firefox with no trouble.

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    Do you have the google toolbar installed? or even yahoo?
    Logic without the fatal effects.
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    Hi - yes I do have the Google Toolbar - is that what is doing it?

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    That it is, its the autofill feature.
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    Quote Originally Posted by logic_earth View Post
    That it is, its the autofill feature.
    Well - that is very annoying of it! Spoilt my colour scheme completely

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    Wouldn't matter anyway - even if you did pretty it up, it all depends on the end browser viewing the form.. if they have the google auto fill feature, they'll see the yellow as well - nothing really you can do about it. I believe there is a js way to overcome this, but why bother in all honesty :-)

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