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Quick question... Where can I find some good iPage web hosting information? Thanks for any answer or 2. Another question... I have decided to put submit buttons into my iPage site rather than just text, I would like the buttons to be the same size. I have added my code below, please ignore the mess as this will be sorted out, it's just the size issue I need to sort out.






<META NAME="generator" CONTENT="notepad">.

<META NAME="creation-date" CONTENT="Thur 7th March, 2001 15:02:03 GMT">.

<META NAME="author" CONTENT="Terry Poppy / CWU Swindon production">.

<META NAME="description" CONTENT="cwu trades union page">.

<META NAME="keywords" CONTENT="union, trades, BT, cwu, civil liberties, human rights, ">.

<TITLE>cwu swindon engineering frame1</TITLE>.







<BODY BGCOLOR="white" bottommargin="0" topmargin="0" leftmargin="0".

Rightmargin="0" marginheight="0" marginwidth="0">.

<table border=0 cellspacing=2 cellpadding=0>.


<td alt="branch site"><form method="link" action="" TARGET="B">.

<input type="submit" style="background:#ffa500" value="Branch pages"></form></td></tr>.


<td><form method="link" action="" TARGET="B">.

<input type="submit" style="background:#ffa500" value="Newsflash"></form></td></TR>.


<td><form method="link" action="" TARGET="B">.

<input type="submit" style="background:#ffa500" value="Meetings"></form></td></tr>.


<td><form method="link" action="" TARGET="B">.

<input type="submit" style="background:#ffa500" value="Safetyflash"></form></td></TR>.


<td><form method="link" action="mailto:t./banner/gizmotemp/global/stations/03740.gif" height=41 width=1></a></TD>.





Comments (9)

That's a good question. I'm not sure what is the answer to that question. I'll do some poking around and get back to you if I discover an anything. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could give you an answer..

Comment #1

<input type=submit style="font family: veranda; font size: 8pt, color: blue" value=submit>..

Comment #2

I believe that very few visitors will actually have a font named Veranda.

Not sure if you mean setting the font-size or the button size..

Anyway, just add.

STYLE="width: ??pt;".

To the INPUT tag, and you will be able to set an absolute width to the button (or height if you will)..


Comment #3

If anyone else has nothing to add, please let us know, and the nothing will be added..


0 is still something, you know...or...nevermind.....

Comment #4

Hey, maybe we can get this post moved to the spam!!!!!!!!..

Comment #5

Aslefo, I used your code and it did what I needed, could I ask one thing, the buttons have now turned that horrid grey color, is it possible to retain the color I had or to change the text color within the button. I am looking at making my own buttons at present but I am unable to find a good javascript which will show the button being pressed in..

May I thank you all for your help..

Comment #6

Veranda is included in win95/98/nt/and 2000. I am sure a lot of people DO have it...

Comment #7

My daughter can also see verdana with her mac. It's very common. It's still a good idea to include a back-up or two if you can...

Comment #8

Veranda? No Veranda on my W98 machine, there is a Verdana font however....


Comment #9

I'm sure there's a font named Veranda too....

Terry p:.

I guess you added my style tag in addition to the one that was already there. You should put it all in one tag, so that one will not override the other, like:.

<input type="submit" style="background:#ffa500; width:??pt" value="Branch pages">..

Comment #10

This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.