Avada Forums Community Forum Avada 6.0.2 and Patch #417100 (Search Box Shape Changed in Safari)

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  • Jetxpert-Envato
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    Patch #417100 (“Fixes search input styling in Safari”) changed the shape of the search boxes in our website (Safari only) from Rectangular to Rounded (pill) shape.

    Please advise how to remove this patch or please provide CSS to fix this issue.

    Thank you!

    Michael
    Keymaster
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    Hi @jetxpert-envato

    Please read the large notice at the head of the community forum ^ > https://d.pr/i/8FoTT2 – you can reapply any patch

    Thank you

    Jetxpert-Envato
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    Hi @michael,

    Sorry, didn’t work.

    Reapplied the patch, reset fusion cache, cleared memcache, purged browser cache, purge local cache …. still have the problem. Search boxes are still rounded (pill-shaped).

    Any other ideas?

    Thanks!

    Jetxpert-Envato
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    *** UPDATE | ISSUE FIXED ***

    First of all, thank you Theme-Fusion. You rock. Thank you for releasing Avada 6.0.3 today. Helped a lot. Also, appreciate very much your speedy, timely dedication to help all of us posting issues in this forum.

    Back to the subject …

    Determined that the problem with Safari’s rendering of buttons, search fields, etc may not be completely related to Avada’s code. It’s intimately related to updates that Apple (Safari) may incorporate into its browser from time to time.

    In short, this is what fixed our issue … Enter the following snippet into Avada’s Custom CSS Styling:

    input[type="search"],
    input[type="button"],
    input[type="submit"] {
         -webkit-appearance: none;
         border-radius: 0;
    }

    After making the change, don’t forget to purge all cache.

    Above works like a charm. You can add or delete a “type” parameter based on what’s provided here (click here)

    Keep in mind that the above works for the current Safari browser version. Legacy or future versions may require a slight code modification.

    Cheers!

    Ammar. S
    Keymaster
    Post count: 2234

    Hello @jetxpert

    Glad to hear that you have worked this out and thanks for sharing your findings with the fellow community members 🙂

    have a nice day!

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