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Can I use cool looking images as submit button instaed of the default submit button?
Yes, you can use Image as submit buttons. When a visitor clicks an image button the form is sent to the address specified in the action setting of the <FORM> tag.Below is a listing of valid settings for image buttons:The name setting adds an internal name to the image button so the program that handles the form doesn’t confuse it with the other fields.
- The src setting defines the URL of the image.
- The align setting defines how the image is aligned. Valid entries are: TOP, MIDDLE, BOTTOM, RIGHT, LEFT, TEXTTOP, BASELINE, ABSMIDDLE, ABSBOTTOM. The alignments are explained in the image section.
- The border setting defines the width (in pixels) of the border around the image.
- The width setting defines the width of the image.
- The height setting defines the height of the image.
- The vspace setting defines the spacing over and under the image (in pixels).
- The hspace setting defines the spacing to the left and right of the image (in pixels).
- The tabindex setting defines in which order the different fields should be activated when the visitor clicks the tab key.Source Code:
<form name="myform" > <div align="center"> <br><br> <input type="text" size="25" value="Enter your name here!"> <br> <input type="image" src="rainbow.gif" name="image" width="60" height="60"><br> </div> </form>