1. aofirs
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  3. Monday, February 20 2017, 11:55 AM

I wan to know where this css is coming inline Please check screenshot and let me know.

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you does not need to remove it, you should add following CSS code in your template to set height

#member-registration .controls > input, #member-registration .controls > textarea, #member-registration .controls > .input-prepend, #member-registration .controls > .input-prepend input {height: 33px !important}

33px is the height from your template.

Normally BS2 and BS3 template use padding to set height of input, instead your template use a height. Our code is necessary to fix problems with prepend/append buttons, so we recommend to use something like:

#member-registration .controls > input, #member-registration .controls > textarea, #member-registration .controls > .input-prepend, #member-registration .controls > .input-prepend input {padding: 6px;}

with 6px of padding you should have same result as 33px of height
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