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Default Form Textbox problem

I am having a problem with several textboxes on a form. I use Dreamweaver 8 with Javascript for any client side programming. They are initialized as having a background of white and then when I test the webpage in a browser the background color changes to a yellow. I am using HTML to define the background color, so that it is as basic as I can make it. Could the browser be making this change by some default, what can I do to make the background color always white?

Thank you, I really appreciate any help on this one.


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