Problem with apple mobile and ipad devices?

Hi Guys,

I've got an odd one for you, my site is displaying perfectly on everything except apple mobiles and ipads - there is some odd code that seems to be setting some kind of background over the top of some text.

I can't seem to locate the code

Can anyone help please?

Text issue
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Custom select tag inside of navbar

Hello to everybode!
I found on internet a custom select menu, made with HTML and CSS.
The problem is that when I am using it inside a <nav> tag it is looking and behaving different than when it is alone on the webpage.
Here is the original from internet:
HTML:

<form>
 
        <ul class="select">
            <li>
                <input class="select_close" type="radio" name="awesomeness" id="awesomeness-close" value=""/>
                <span class="select_label select_label-placeholder">#</span>
            </li>
 

footer div does not setting at the bottom of the page

Hi there,

Guys, I am trying to set the <div id="ftr"> at the bottom of the page on the website meaningus.com. It should not move up in any browser. I had tried setting position: absolute; bottom: 0; width: 100% but if the upper div has smaller height <div id="ftr"> moves upward and stuck in the middle of window.

It may look good in your window currently, but if you see it in a tall window, it would not stay at the bottom.

I am tired of fixing it, but no luck. Please guys, help!

Format Issue re Visitor Inputs

Hi Everybody,

I have an issue but I can not figure out what the "name" to attach to a CSS action.

I have an eMail kind of form, with just three inputs:
a "textarea" for comments
input type="text" for the visitors' name
input type="email" for the vistors' eMail address
They are all bound by the class "form-control".

What I want to do is:

  • Have the first input (textarea) to automatically be in focus rather than require a visitor to select one of the inputs.

Is it possible to only override parts of background image?

On my site I have a table with lots of rows. The classes used for each row depends on some data

In my mind I had something like this:

Classes for each row:
Row 1: selectedRow invalidRow
Row 2: defaultRow
Row 3: defaultRow invalidRow

And with CSS code like this:

.selectedRow
{
    background-image: linear-gradient(to top, #cccccc 0%, #A0A0A0 100%);
}
 
.defaultRow
{
    background-image: linear-gradient(to top, #cccccc 0%, #dddddd 100%);
}
 
.invalidRow
{
    //Haven't quite figured this one out yet. I'm trying to get a nice arrow up in the corner

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