I have visited several web sites that contain forms, and their form fields that allow text have a colored shadow inside of them and/or colored border around them. I have checked the source code to see how this is done, but the codes are hidden in linked style sheets that I cannot view.
Does ANYONE know where I can find the codes/scripts for these enhancements?
Actually, yes... I have tried this method, but the main folder name where these files are located is usually not included in the path. I keep getting "Page Not Found" or I am rerouted to some sort of search engine. It's frustrating because I know your suggested method works, I have done it before.
Maybe it's just an error on my part, but I have tried this several times and I have gotten nowhere. I will try the link you posted. At any rate, thanks for your suggestion(s)!
Actually, you can view a linked stylesheet. Just follow the path by viewing the HTML document, and then type it in the location bar. Your computer will either download it (in like a second, no long download) or it will display it in Notepad, etc.
To change the color of a text field (textarea too), in the CSS script, put:
background:background color or image path;
font-family:Times New Roman;
That should work, and if it doesn't, than you probably aren't using a CSS browser.