Removing the border from a form's rich text

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Removing the border from a form's rich text

How can I remove the border from the rich text field on my form? I've tried adding the code

".mkto.Form fieldset {
border: none!important; }"

 to the Custom Form CSS in the editor, but the dark border is still appearing around the rich text. Bryan Epstein Sanford Whiteman‌, can either of you provide some insight?

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Re: Removing the border from a form's rich text

Please highlight your code as CSS using the Syntax Highlighter in Advanced Editor.

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And we'll need a link to your page if we're going to help you with the form.

(And you don't really need to tag us!)

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Re: Removing the border from a form's rich text

Sanford, 

Here is a link to the page: https://na-sj17.marketodesigner.com/m#LPPD5661.

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Re: Removing the border from a form's rich text

That's a protected page on your instance.  Need a publicly accessible URL.

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Re: Removing the border from a form's rich text

Sorry about that. Here you go : Australia - ISA Internships

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Re: Removing the border from a form's rich text

You have this explicitly set in css_style_goabroad_700.css:

.em .form .mktoForm .mktoFieldWrap {
float:left;
width:100%;
border:1px solid #000;
}‍‍‍‍‍

Unless there's some reason to keep that default border style, remove it. (Don't override it, that'll just be confusing.)

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Re: Removing the border from a form's rich text

That has to stay, otherwise the page displays like this: 

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Re: Removing the border from a form's rich text

Jesse Jones‌, do you still want the border to remain around the input fields?

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Re: Removing the border from a form's rich text

Hi Bryan Epstein

Yes, I would like all fields except the rich text to have the border. Is this possible? 

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Re: Removing the border from a form's rich text

Removing the border doesn't cause that.

Removing the entire style rule with the float, maybe. But that wasn't what I said.