I know this falls outside what HTML "should" be doing, but is there any way in MS-IE to get standard widths for INPUT SUBMITs? In Netscape I'd have two options: use a WIDTH parameter, or set the font to a fixed width font and pad the VALUE with spaces. Neither of these techniques seem to work in IE. Is there at tiny smatterign of CSS I could use, or some little trick?
You can actually specify the style="width: 200px" within the <input> tag, right next to the size = "" command. If there is a style attribute in the input tag, IE will ignore the size="" and NS will ignore
In this tutorial viewers will learn how to style transparent/translucent elements using alpha transparency in CSS
Start with a normal styled element, such as a div.: Define its "background-color" property as "rgba (255, 255, 255, .5): The numbers in…
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In the head tags set up your style tags:
Reference the nav tag and set your properties.: (CODE)
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