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Submit Button Does not Display

Thread began 2/02/2011 1:29 am by bill420487 | Last modified 4/06/2011 10:05 am by bill420487 | 1559 views | 7 replies


Hi William,

The button needs to be between the <form> </form> tags.

Find the block of code:

<p><span class="formItem"><span class="buttonFieldGroup">
<input class="formButton" name="Consult_submit" type="submit" id="Consult_submit" value="Submit Consultation Form" onclick="clearAllServerErrors('Consult_Brassy_CSIForm')" tabindex="18" />

and cut and paste it just before the closing </form> tag. Then remove the '<span class="formItem"> and </span>' (coloured blue) from that pasted block of code.

The button should now appear in your form.

You may also want to remove the left margin from the form.Brassy_CSIForm input.formButton rule at line 191 of your webassist/forms/fd_brassy_csiform.css stylesheet:

form.Brassy_CSIForm input.formButton {
margin: 0; /* changed from 0 0 0 50px */
padding: 0;

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