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Safari rendering submit button as image incorrectly

Posted on 2009-03-31
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I have used a image as a submit button and used CSS to style it, and everything looks OK in Firefox. However in Safari there is a box showing around the text and it will not center the text.

The attached image will show the "Update" button at the top in Firefox, and then lower it is in Safari, any ideas?
CSS:
 

.MenuButton2 {

	float:left;

	background-image: url("/icns/span.png");

	height: 18px;

	width: 100px;

	text-align:center;

	font-size: 11px; 

	font-family: "Lucida Grande", "Lucida Sans Unicode", Arial, Verdana, sans-serif;

	text-decoration: none; 

	border-right: .1em solid #999;

	overflow: hidden; }
 
 

HTML:
 

<input id="UpdateButton" name="MenuAction" type="image" value="Update" align="center" class="MenuButton2">

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button.jpg
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Question by:aeg1s
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by:LZ1
ID: 24028695
Try removing the quotes from the image source.  
Let me know
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by:level9wizard
ID: 24028720
The quotes in the image source should stay - don't remove them.

Try changing:
<input id="UpdateButton" name="MenuAction" type="image" value="Update" align="center" class="MenuButton2">

To:
<input id="UpdateButton" name="MenuAction" type="submit" value="Update" class="MenuButton2">

and control margin, padding, text alignment, and borders in your css:
borders: none;
margin: 0 auto;
padding: 2 px;
text-align: center;
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by:aeg1s
ID: 24028807
Nope still has the image around it. The border looks like it is a missing image box.
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I have found the issue, please close the request
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by:HATCHET
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Mind telling us how you fixed it so everyone else having this issue can benefit from what you learned?

Thanks!
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