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    Senior Member -chris-'s Avatar
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    I copied and pasted the contact form code from my web site into another site, and the button isn't the same. I didn't change anything except for the e-mail address. The original site is here. The second site (with the wierd buttons) is here.
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    Senior Member simpleurl's Avatar
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    in the second site you have
    Code:
    input{width:186px; height:19px;  color:#636363; padding:2px 0 1px 6px; border:1px solid; font-size:11px; border-color:#363636 #EAEAEA #EAEAEA #363636;}
    in your css and the button used is an input tag.

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    Senior Member -chris-'s Avatar
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    Thanks! I hadn't looked at the CSS. I didn't 'design' the site, it is a template the customer purchased.
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