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Posted on 2011-03-08
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Where would I find the actual css that Firefox and other browsers style items by default (like submit buttons and form items etc) I've tried to use firebug, but the only styles that come through when I select a submit button are from my local css files I've linked. Looking for background styles or radius for rounded corners.
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If a button on a website doesn't have any CSS, then I think think the OS makes up the looks.
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C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\res\html.css
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Duboux best answered what was determining the style/appearence of the form elements, but I was also looking for the file JF0 linked.

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