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Used CSS Button Styler on Cart Page

Thread began 8/05/2011 11:36 pm by johna1964 | Last modified 8/08/2011 3:09 pm by johna1964 | 1514 views | 4 replies

johna1964

Used CSS Button Styler on Cart Page

I thought I'd check this out on a test site before using it on the real thing. (Vista and DWCS4)

The button switched out easily:

In split view, I selected the buttons individually (made sure the code was hightlighted), used the external style sheet option. Created the desired preset. Hit okay.

Dreamweaver's Input Tag Accessibility Attributes dialog box pops up. I entered the same ID (as the former button) into the ID text field.

All the buttons switched out perform correctly.

The external css is easily modifiable. (The button styles are the only thing on the page)

One issue I'm having is the font size will not change either by preset or by css. It created the font size extra small even regardless of px size.

Other than this (I'm sure there is a solution somewhere) I am super pleased with the performance of CSS Button Styler...

Anyone else with this issue?

Appending to this post:

When I replaced the contact form button (with no problem) I could not reenter form builder to modify the form. Had to use the css page....anyone try yet...or have similar experience?

johna1964

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