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sizing submit boxes right?

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This has been driving me nuts for a while but no one seems to have specific documentation for it.

Why is it that input fields and submit boxes are sometimes out of synk justification wise.  Perhaps a specific example is better:

at paraseek.com which is a site of mine, you will see two submit buttons names "go" at the top.  As seen they are slightly unjustified with the text box near them and in fact is evne riased a bit.

How do you make the text box and submit box the same size so they look good, specifically here.

thanks
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<input ..... style="font-family:arial; font-size: 10px; font-weight:900; color: yellow; background-color: #000000; border: 1px solid #445566;">




http://www.blooberry.com/ for more help
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Good answer, works on many browsers, however does not work with netscape 4.7X which is still a rather popular browser.  Drop down menus or selects do not work and it generally does not work in other ways.  Are there any answers that work with netscape 4.XX as well?
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Good answer, works on many browsers, however does not work with netscape 4.7X which is still a rather popular browser.  Drop down menus or selects do not work and it generally does not work in other ways.  Are there any answers that work with netscape 4.XX as well?
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nope thats all the issue, ns4x has a rather wierd implementation of stylesheets, nobody (not even NS themselves) have been able to figure it out fully, so if you have to use stylesheets its recommended that you ignore NS4x.

sorry not much here.
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and one more thing. this should have been asked in the css TA. also for further ref. http://blooberry.com/
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wold have asked it in the css seciton if i knew it was css :)
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np. glad to help. thanks for the A!
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