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I really hate that ugly grey button on my forms. Is there a way to use a graphic image instead?

Of course you can. Simply replace the TYPE="SUBMIT" with a TYPE="IMAGE" and give the SRC="filename.gif". A much prettier form! If you click on the button, you will see a display of my system's CGI-BIN environment variables. Just hit the back button to return here.

example

 First Name    
  Last Name  
     E-Mail  
              
  

source code

<FORM METHOD="POST" ACTION="/cgi-bin/diag.cgi">
<PRE>
 First Name  <INPUT TYPE="text" NAME="first_name" 
              MAXLENGTH=25 SIZE=15>  
  Last Name  <INPUT TYPE="text" NAME="last_name"  
              MAXLENGTH=35 SIZE=20>
     E-Mail  <INPUT TYPE="text" NAME="last_name"  
              MAXLENGTH=35 SIZE=20>
             <INPUT TYPE="image" SRC="/dimages/submit.gif" 
               WIDTH="120"  HEIGHT="30" 
              BORDER="0" ALT="SUBMIT!"> 
</PRE>
</FORM>


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