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October 18, 2012 at 10:26 am #112219
Yes. There are a lot of useless elements in the template. But the source files of the Magento Go template are not available for users to access and change – so I have to work with what is there.
The only way to change existing css is to overwrite with a single custom css file. All of the useless lines of css are in the default tempalte – which there is also no access to.
The code you provided is what I did first, but the input field is difficult to click into. Only a small part of the bottom of the input field reacts to the cursor click. If you click in the middle (as most people will) there is no response. (not very user friendly)