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Thread: Annoy ID Tag Quirk in Login form

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    Annoy ID Tag Quirk in Login form

    As a disclaimer I am by no means good at this kind of thing, so if it seems really simple it probably is.

    I have put a link to the file in question at the bottom of the post. But essentially I am attempting to make a decent webmail login page (instead of the default cpanel one). I have done this hacking a straight html/java example I found and another dummy sign up form html one with external CSS together.

    The actual form logins in etc when I include <div id="content-wrap"> but it breaks the design and the form inputs etc run the whole page. Removing <div id="content-wrap"> fixes the design but stops the actual logging in from working!
    I’d appreciate it if somebody could explain what the deal is, driving me crazy and makes no sense to me either.

    http://pastebin.com/vXh28iAw

    Here is the CSS file that’s being used html, body, div, span, applet, object, iframe, h1, h2, h3, h4, h5, h6, p, block - Pastebin.com

    Hope this post makes sense
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    Are you closing the content-wrap div? You need to put up the HTML for the page as well as the CSS. It could be just about anything.
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    Thanks for posting, appreciate it.

    So the two links I posted are the only files I am using. The first being the index.html and the other one being the css.

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    No luck unfortunately, the login to email functions but the presentation is broken and looks like this with content wrapp | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

    Every logical fix I have tried ends in the exact same as the above as well. Its suppose to look like this properly displayed | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

    But I can never get the login to actually work AND for it to display correctly driving me nuts.

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    Upload your page somewhere that we can see it (the Pastebin won't do it by itself). The one thing I can suggest to get you started in the meantime is to do this: <div id="content-wrap" class="about">
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    Fixed it. right idea but it was different class. Thank you so much!

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    No worries.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chompy.deluxe View Post
    As a disclaimer I am by no means good at this kind of thing, so if it seems really simple it probably is.

    I have put a link to the file in question at the bottom of the post. But essentially I am attempting to make a decent webmail login page (instead of the default cpanel one). I have done this hacking a straight html/java example I found and another dummy sign up form html one with external CSS together.

    The actual form logins in etc when I include <div id="content-wrap"> but it breaks the design and the form inputs etc run the whole page. Removing <div id="content-wrap"> fixes the design but stops the actual logging in from working!
    I’d appreciate it if somebody could explain what the deal is, driving me crazy and makes no sense to me either.

    <!DOCTYPE html> <!--[if lt IE 7]> <html class="lt-ie9 lt-ie8 lt-ie7" lang="en"> - Pastebin.com

    Here is the CSS file that’s being used html, body, div, span, applet, object, iframe, h1, h2, h3, h4, h5, h6, p, block - Pastebin.com

    Hope this post makes sense
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