- This topic has 1 reply, 2 voices, and was last updated 6 years, 5 months ago by .
- The forum ‘Design Tips and Tricks’ is closed to new topics and replies.
These forums are for general discussion on WordPress and Genesis. Official support for StudioPress themes is offered exclusively at My StudioPress. Responses in this forum are not guaranteed. Please note that this forum will require a new username, separate from the one used for My.StudioPress.
I'm trying to control the capitalization in a web form. Specifically, all web forms (even from different plugins) are defaulting to uppercase. I'd like to make the case to be natural... so whatever case is typed is what will show (and save to the form data). This is a problem because I have been playing with a membership plugin, and passwords are case sensitive and will not work when they are in the system in lowercase or mixed case. (FYI: That plugin is not active right now on my site). I noticed that this capitalization issue is on every web form on the site, and so I think it is theme related.
I am using a web form called Fast Secure Contact Form, which works properly on another website I have with a different theme. I can make it work with this plugin by modifying Input CSS for each field... but I need to fix it globally because I cannot make that same modification for the membership plugin fields. I am also using an opt-in box (ConvertKit) which also has the same issue. If you check the page I am working on, you can see the issue in the Contact Us fields on the left, as well as the opt-in box on the right.
Anything you can do to help is greatly appreciated.
Note that I already tried to update the text-transform attribute in the style.css file. The attribute is set to uppercase in several places, and I tried one by one changing it (to: text-transform: none;) but nothing worked. I then tried changing all of the occurrences of the attribute to "none", which did not work either (I have since put them back as they were). I also checked the other child theme templates in the editor, but was unable to find any other occurrences of the text-transform attribute. I'm stumped.
I am using the Smart Passive Income Pro child theme.
© 2023 WPEngine, Inc.