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Nov 29, 2012, 05:06 #1
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Using CSS for a form
Hello Everyone! I hope you are having a great morning.
I have spent the last few weeks learning CSS. I have watched tutorials, read articles and books and I think I am finally understanding how it works. But I have a question about web form graphics and how to fix them so that users can put a cursor in them.
I am studying on how to use CSS with a login form created in Photoshop that I found on the internet. In order to make it come alive would I use a class such as 'input[type=text]? Is this how web designers work with these types of forms? I've seen several of these types of forms created in Photoshop or Illustrator and I was always confused about how these work.
Also, does anyone know about any tutorials on this subject?
BTW, here is a picture of the login form I am trying to work with: