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AlphaTech says

I came across a lot of wordpress themes here and I noticed that most of the subbmit buttons for comments don’t have too much styling. Just basic css. It would be a better idea to use an image of a button. I looks a lot better than just css.

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RobbyDesigns says

It’s easy enough to style a button; if you struggle I’m sure the theme’s creator would help you.

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ponjoh says

I don’t think it’s a good idea using an image as submit button when it comes to templates. The buyer might want to have a different text on the button, and if it’s an image, they’ll have to open up Photoshop to edit. If you style it with CSS only, you can edit the button text in HTML .

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CreativeMilk says
I don’t think it’s a good idea using an image as submit button when it comes to templates. The buyer might want to have a different text on the button, and if it’s an image, they’ll have to open up Photoshop to edit. If you style it with CSS only, you can edit the button text in HTML .

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The best way is to use plain css, a images is so web 1.5 ;)

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ChillThemes says

It usually depends on the type of theme, and what works best. I’ve done it on this theme, see this screenshot.

Alternatively, you could use Super Awesome Buttons with CSS3 and RGBA .

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contempoinc says
Alternatively, you could use Super Awesome Buttons with CSS3 and RGBA .

Really nice, bookmarked

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