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You will need Full Control permission level to be able to edit a MasterPage in SharePoint Designer 2010. Reference: User permissions and permission levels (SharePoint Foundation 2010)


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If your site is publishing site follow the mentioned steps below: Upload the CSS file to your style library then Go to Site Settings > Look and Feel > Design Manager > Publish and Apply design > Specify the path of CSS


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No need to change the HTML You can target the TDs in TR (3rd row) with the CSS selector: .ms-formtable tr:nth-child(3) td { border-bottom:2px solid red; } The TR does not accept border styles


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In the CSS you posted, you do not have the proper capitalization. You want: #suiteBarLeft instead of #suitebarleft


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You can try adding the CSS directly into the master page Just before </head> Add <style>#suiteBarLeft...</style>


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Edit Newform as advanced mode . From the above ribbon > Insert new form > cutom list form . the list fields now shown within table add a new row > merge it > and from the Above ribbon > Check HTML Control > Add Horizontal line at the new row Don't forget to remove old WebPartPages:XsltListViewWebPart


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Did you tried using the $SPUrl:~SiteCollection, you can specify a parameter which will return the current site collection <!--SPM:<SharePoint:CssRegistration name="&lt;% $SPUrl:~sitecollection/_catalogs/masterpage/Style Library/Custom.css %&gt;" runat="server" />-->



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