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I’m working on a project with shiny, happy submit buttons all over the place. To offer more control over the presentation, we are using the form button element and inserting images inside the button tags. … Now, you need to over-ride some pretty ugly default presentation styles: form button {padding:0; margin:0; border:none; background:0;} This works […]

Attribute Selectors for International Web Sites Sébastien Guillon, recently wrote a post about using the CSS2 attribute selector and content rule to let visitors know what to expect when clicking on a link to an international web site. Inspired by his approach, I’ve simplified some of the code and added background images to represent the […]




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