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BenX says

I’ve spent hours trying to fix the ‘Submit’ button in a website Im making; it’s fine now in IE7 but low and behold doesnt display properly in Firefox. http://www.benxdesign.com/temp/lol/contact.html

Please help; Im going mental.

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BroOf says

Why don’t you use the button code for the submit button?

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BroOf says

Sorry for doublepost but I think you should recode your contactform. I found several mistakes like no form tag!

Here is little example Click me

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BenX says

I am no coder and have lost my patience with this design. None of the Pastiers you kindly added work on my design. I give up.

Anyone know how to fix what I already have please?

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BroOf says

The example I gave you was a general example how to code a form. You could search some tutorials on how to code a html-form. It isn’t as difficult as you maybe think.

If you just fix this error your outcome isn’t w3c validated.

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BenX says

Thanks BroOf, appreciate your time and your helping me.

Guess you and I can share a geek-giggle here: my mistake was that I had the textarea in a class that defined it’s height as 20px and thus the button ‘thought’ it was okay to show so high up the page…whoops! I edited the height of the textarea to 400px and voila, the Submit button dropped underneath it…lovely jubbly.

Thanks again for your time mate, I appreciate it.

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BroOf says

Hey no problem :D! I remember how I started to learn html :D

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