Browser created button in <Anchor> with IE>?
Anyone know of a way to get IE to draw a clickable, workable button within an anchor tag?
<BUTTON>Click this Button</BUTTON>
I've tried numerous approaches, putting the button within a <FORM></FORM> set, etc. Nothing seems to work in IE; all work in Netscape (have not tested all for Firefox).
<FORM METHOD="link"><INPUT TYPE="submit", VALUE="Click this button"></FORM>
Currently the only way I can seem to get this to work is to create an image of the button and use...
<IMG SOURCE="button.png" BORDER="0">
But making a picture of every button is tiring and not nearly as flexable, also the button does not highlight when you move over it as a generated button will.
Why can't Microsoft start charging for IE so everyone would switch to Firefox!
<a href=xyz" onclick="window.location=this.href;">
<input type="button" value="click me"/>
I believe this works for IE, because when you put an image inside an anchor,
IE will respond to onclicks, but not to hrefs!