Using Images on your buttons

“how do you get the fade effects on your buttons?”

Even though I know kd knows this answer… *wink*…

How to make your buttons go…

It’s all CSS, my dear!
1. I made a selector called .”btn”
2. In my css:
.btn { background: #FFCC00 url(img/btn.gif); background-repeat: repeat; border-color: #FFCC00; color: #000000; font-weight: bold; font-size: 9pt; font-style: normal; font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;}

3. btn.gif
is the gradient background in the buttons.

4. <input type=”submit” class=”btn”>

You can more or less use any image as a backround anywhere on your page with css….

Any questions?

Eric Brooks

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One thought on “Using Images on your buttons

  1. woohoo! i’m going to put the big blue building background on the big blue building skin. i think that will be way cool. and i really didn’t know the exact syntax of that, CSS still confuses me. as do most things in the world. constant state of confusion. l

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