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replacing an "image" form button

Thread began 8/04/2011 1:45 pm by jspoerer286380 | Last modified 8/04/2011 3:21 pm by jspoerer286380 | 1744 views | 4 replies |

jspoerer286380

replacing an "image" form button

Hi, I bought this nice extension and was trying to replace an ugly button defined as:

<input type="image" hspace="0" vspace="0" border="0" name="Send" id="Send" value="Send" alt="Send" src="WA_SecurityAssist/images/Slate/Refined_send.gif" />

CSS Button Styler generates:

<input type="submit" value="Send" class="Loginst" id="Send" name="Send" alt="Send" />

but pressing the generated button doesn´t do anything...

Any idea ??

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

you need to reset the triggers for any behaviors that are on the page.


the code to reference an image element type is different than the code to reference a button element type, even if they share the same name.

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jspoerer286380

Sorry Jason... can you be more specific ??

The trigger I have on the page is the following...

If(cStr(Request.Form("Send.x")) <> "") Then

what should I do with it ?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

If(cStr(Request.Form("Send")) <> "") Then

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jspoerer286380

OK
Thank you...

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