Re: [NH]form button ?
This helps more people than Bill (like me), Thanks! Although, can the
button itself be a different color than grey?
Software Engineer (and all around nice guy!)
<loro@... To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> cc:Subject: Re: [NH]form button ?
At 15:02 2000-11-01, you wrote:
>Is there a way to have a different button instead of the greyYeppers. Button or any image.
>button for <form> ?
<INPUT type="image" src="yourpic.gif width="x" height="y" border="z"
- Hi Wayland,
> Although, can the button itself be a different color than grey?The default button? Not with HTML. Possibly with CSS. I don't really know.
If it is possible I doubt if many would be able to see it. Seems safer to
make or get a button somewhere and use type=image. Note that the image
input doesn't work with all scripts, though.
BTW the latest CSS trick I heard of is changing the color of the browser's
scroll bars. Those who have the latest IE should be able to see it at the
URL below. I can't.
- thanks Lotta .... Luv this list .... it helps to have someone jog
your memory which at 53 is getting ... huh .... where am I ...
burp .... working from home is great but ... gets a wee bit lonely
sometimes .... ! I found an interesting article on netwriting ...
reviewing it now ... be back a wee minute ...
I knew there was something more with input type=image. The saying is
some/older browsers don't support ALT in this case. It is recommended to
use value or name instead. Preferably all three. A little test gave this
surprising result (this is a special for you, Stephen).
IE5 supports only ALT
NN4.5 only NAME
Opera none, but ALT at least turns the arrow into a hand
Lynx ALT & VALUE. And when NAME is used it acts as if nothing were there
and nicely prints "submit"
So here's to Lynx. Now this isn't so bad. There should be some other input
field and most people will know to hit "Enter" which (I hope) would work
with all browsers. FYI TITLE doesn't seem to work so good in this case either.