Whats wrong with this?
I'm slowly changing all buttons on my site to this format and i've got one that doesnt work :
<input type="image" type="submit" src="http://www.kchat.org/images/leave.gif" name="logoff" value="Logoff" target="top">
When i click it instead of compeltly leaving the script like it does without an image it just fires the chatform to the top, if i take the image part out it works right. any ideas? It should break free from the script and frames.
Here try something like this:
<input border="0" value="Submit" type="image" src="https://secure.eboundhost.com/images/btnsubmit.gif" width="90" height="26" name="image">
This works for us.
Your problem is the "type" redefinition. The browser is getting confused.
Thata didn't work either :(
Do you have a link to look at? It would be easier to troubleshoot the actual code.
i have actually removed the image for now as it was doing people's heads in when it came to logging out. But i'm sure by clicking the log off button you'll see what i'm trying to achieve with a graphic button.
I've looked at your link and everything seems to be kosher. Try doing what I told you before. Here is a link to our order page that has a graphic link at the bottom. Try looking at the source:
And you're replying to a thread that is 7 years old. :lol:
Originally Posted by jtjohn632