My website is Wartrin.com – it’s a work in progress, but it’s getting there. An issue that I am experiencing with the CSS is related to the form fields. I’ve added the Gravity Forms plug-in and have created a few forms with it, ie: http://www.wartrin.com/contact/
I also added a custom opt-in form on the homepage which is apparently utilizing the same .css as the rest of the site, including the above contact form.
This is a problem because the opt-in button on the homepage is taking on the #666 border color as the rest of the form fields throughout the site. I don’t want a border around the button. Is there a simple way to tweak the css code so that the button on the homepage no longer shows the black border? It’s probably a simple fix, but I am having trouble figuring it out. Any help would be appreciated.
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