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fieldset tag color

Arya Devan
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hi ,

is there any way to specify the color in which the border is displayed when we use the fieldset tag ??

thanks in advance.
[ September 23, 2006: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]

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Did you try using CSS?


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Arya Devan
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Joined: Feb 07, 2006
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yes ... i tried CSS ..but it doesnt seem to work..

i did this ..

.fieldset { color: #99FFFF; }

in my tag i used as --- fieldset class="fieldset" ---

but its not working.. please help ...
Eric Pascarello
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how about using the border property in CSS.

Eric
 
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