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Images as forms button

Posted on 1999-07-20
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Last Modified: 2010-04-09
How can I insert an image that serves as a button in a form (eg that can perform submit action)? Pls clarify with CODES. Thanks
Question by:megaria
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siabod earned 150 total points
ID: 1852142
Creat an image, in GIF or JPG format
Create the folowing HTML...or something like this
And that's it

 <INPUT TYPE="text" NAME="TextField" VALUE="">
 <INPUT TYPE="img" SRC="whatever.gif">

I hope it helps you

Author Comment

ID: 1852143

your codes works, just that it's type="image" and not "img" (gave me some minor complications). Thanks

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