Adding color to your input boxes
The INPUT tag is used to create input fields within a web page form.
You can change the font, input text color, input text size and the background color of your INPUT box by using the STYLE attribute.
<INPUT type="text" STYLE="color: #FFFFFF; font-family:
Verdana; font-weight: bold; font-size: 12px; background-
color: #72A4D2;" size="10" maxlength="30">
In addition, instead of using the standard form submit button, you can use an image.
<INPUT type=image name="submit" src="yourimage.gif" border="0">
When using an image to replace the standard submission button, make sure you include, "BORDER=0," as the Netscape browser will show a border.
Web design tips courtesy of Shelley Lowery Web-source.net
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