CreateUserWizard customized button

Posted on 2009-12-26
Last Modified: 2013-11-08

How do I use a customized button for the CreateUserWizard control?

The default one is really small so I'm worried people may not see it since I've added several extra fields to the control.
Question by:GoldenBear
    LVL 11

    Accepted Solution

    Your solution lies in setting styles for various controls for the CreateUserWizard. Please see the Styles and Templates section on this page:
    You can find links to for various controls settings on above page, but specific to ContinueButtonStyle, see this:

    Author Closing Comment

    Thanks. I feel silly for not checking that. I'm using Google as too much of a crutch these days :)

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