Forum Question: Background color for login using Safari

I have two MB Pros and they were both “update” by Apple in the last week. After the updates, the background color for loggin into Ebay and Facebook are yellow on both computers. The background color for these logins used to be white. Is there any way I can change the background color back to white?
Thank you.
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Bob P.

Comments: 4 Responses to “Background color for login using Safari”

    7/25/11 @ 8:51 am

    Not sure what you mean by the background color of the login. Do you mean the web pages used by those sites for logging in to their services?
    If so, then it is most likely a function of those sites, and nothing to do with any OS X or Safari updates.

    Bob P.
    7/25/11 @ 9:02 am

    I’m sorry. I wasn’t very clear on what I meant.
    The area I’m referring to is the immediate area where you put in your login name and password. The rest of the page looks the same at both sites, but the little box area where you put in login and password is where the color has changed on both computers.
    Thanks!
    Bob

      7/25/11 @ 9:06 am

      Are you talking about the background behind the text fields? I see it as yellow too. That can be set by the web page creator, but usually the default is used. I can’t remember what it looked like before, but I see it as yellow now. Don’t think there is any way to change it from the user end of things.

    Bob P.
    7/25/11 @ 9:19 am

    Yes, the background behind the text field. That’s the area in question. They used to be white at Ebay and Facebook and since the updates, they’re yellow now. It’s not a big deal, just wanted to see if there’s anything I can do to make them white again.
    Thank you,
    Bob

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