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[Resolved] Making Our Posts iPad Compliant

  • We use ‘Post’ quote forms for customers to compete http://www.emberjd.com/what-we-insure/home-insurance/, which come to us by email. When a customer uses a iPad the text that they filling in is a weird flowery font. Hard for them to read what they are typing. Comes through OK by email.

    Hoping for some help please. Guesing I need to do something in CSS, but I’m a novice so could really do with some guidance. Cheers.

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  • Christine Rondeau


    Volunteer Forum Moderator

    If you look at your style.css on line #58, you’ll find this:

    .formtable .textinput {
    font: 10.8pt cursive;
    color: #187DDE;

    change the font to arial or verdana. That will change the font-family.

    Thank you very much, it’s appreciated. The textbox (couple of boxes with colums and rows on the form) is still using the old font. If you can point me in the right direction that would be great.

    Thanks again.

    Sorry, but it’s the textselectbox throughout the quote forms are still in this flowery italic type font which is very hard to read on an iPad. Hoping for some help. Thanks



    Forum Moderator

    Try this one:

    .formtable SELECT {
        color: #177CDD;
        display: inline;
        font: 10.8pt cursive;

    Thanks v much Christine & WPyogi.

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