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Button Color

Posted on 2004-08-29
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What would be the proper coding to add color to a button and its text in a line like the following.

<input type=button value="MY WEBSITE and CAMERA 1" onClick="goToURL()">

BobH
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by:StormyWaters
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Squew01 earned 125 total points
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Use this code:

<style>
.button{
   color:'white';
   font-size:small;
   font-family:"Arial";
   font-weight:bold;
   background-color:#006699;
}
</style>

<input type=button value="MY WEBSITE and CAMERA 1" onClick="goToURL()" class="button">

/squew/
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by:BOBH
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Stormy waters :

        TNX for the urls. Very interesting and may keep in favorites

Squew01:

        Code works perfectly and will use it TNX

BobH
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