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CSS Button Styler with CSS Form Builder

Thread began 6/04/2013 2:32 pm by davegw | Last modified 12/26/2014 6:47 am by Jason Byrnes | 1078 views | 3 replies |


CSS Button Styler with CSS Form Builder

Is it possible to use CSS Button Styler to style a Submit button in CSS Form Builder? Not that obvious. One can choose an image in CSS FB rather than the default red submit button, but I would rather use the CSS Button Styler.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Yes, you can use CSS Button styler, just leave the button as a default submit button, the use button styler to change the style of the button.

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Button Styler - version

Hi Jason

Back in September 2011, I purchased your ButtonStyler100.mxp extension.

Now I have SuperSuite. Please can you tell me if the ButtonStyler extension is to be found within SuperSuite or is it a separate extension?

If it's a separate, then what is the latest version please?

Am I right to assume that this extension will style buttons that don't always have to be part of forms?

Regards, Paul.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Button Styler is part of the Design Extender Extension in Super Suite.

To access it go to:
WebAssist -> Insert CSS Button.

Yes, it is used to style buttons that do not need to be part of a form.

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