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November 9, 2013 at 9:26 am #155538
One additional thing, if I load the form into a static page, then embed that page into my site via an iframe, that solves the CSS conflicts. In addition, I can “trump” the CSS being loaded from the vendor with my own CSS specific to that page using “!important”, however I would rather not have to rely on an iframe, and I would prefer to not use their CSS at all.November 9, 2013 at 3:02 pm #155562__Participant
I assume you’re trying to obfuscate the actual domain name. It is better to use “example.com” (which was specifically reserved for the purpose of example URLs), rather than “xxxxxxx.com” (which is a for-sale domain that contains links to p0rn sites).
Looks like the script is using these URLs to load the stylesheets. You might try changing those URLs to point at your local (modified) stylesheets. Couldn’t offer anything more without actually seeing the script.November 10, 2013 at 7:26 am #155624
Good grief, yes I was just trying to blank out the domain name, lol.
I did try replacing the paths as you mentioned, as well as the “server” URL, but for some reason it keeps loading from the original domain.