Check if you have created a class in which you have already mentioned the
font size. If that so look it and change it inside the class. Also, check
if you have created or mentioned the font size in CSS. I hope this will
help you.

On Mon, May 6, 2013 at 6:30 PM, Jim Giner <jim.gi...@albanyhandball.com>wrote:

> Centering a form is a simple process - as you stated about your first
> example form.  So - obviously the problem is in all that other crap you
> presented to us, expecting us to do your debugging.  I still don't know
> what you want to do - perhaps you could have given us a para on what it is
> wrong.  Are you trying to center multiple forms, or just align multiple
> forms in some fashion?
> Once again - learn some new stuff and develop code that is easier to read
> and perhaps you'll find more of your own errors.  IE - read about
> "heredocs".  (That IS php!)
> (You might also want to read about security and protecting yourself from
> malicious input values.)
> Hope I didn't offend you again, but this post was just more of the same
> old "Ethan Phd" stuff.
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