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FormReset Button Image

Posted on 1998-11-06
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Is there a way to change the default grey button image generated out of FormReset to clear form fields and put my own reset image with that functionality?
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Question by:rajmohans
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if the name of the form is FormReset use this:

<a href="javascript:FormReset.reset();"><img src="yourimage.gif" border=0></a>

//Grdv
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by:martinag
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It should be document.FormReset.reset()

Martin
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by:Grdv
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that's very true martin, thanks for pointing that out...
//Grdv
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by:rajmohans
ID: 1839418
I've named the form as Form_Login in the attributes of FormOpen
and generating
<A HREF="Javascript:Document.Form_Login.reset();"><IMG SRC="/v2.0-img/SSB/SSB_reset.gif" border="0"></A>

Still it's giving error as

Document.Form_Login has no properties.

Can you explain, please.
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by:martinag
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Cases are important in most languages (the intellectual ones). There is a hige difference between these lines (since one won't work...):
Document.Form_Login // won't work
document.Form_Login // will work

Martin
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by:rajmohans
ID: 1839420
I've named the form as Form_Login in the attributes of FormOpen
and generating
<A HREF="Javascript:Document.Form_Login.reset();"><IMG SRC="/v2.0-img/SSB/SSB_reset.gif" border="0"></A>

Still it's giving error as

Document.Form_Login has no properties.

Can you explain, please.
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by:rajmohans
ID: 1839421
Thanks a lot Martin and Grdv! Great.
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by:rajmohans
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Thanks a lot Martin and Grdv! Great.
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