Using interlaced GIFs as buttons in a form

Using interlaced GIFs as buttons in a form

I want to create ‘back’ and ‘exit’ buttons that look the same as the’submit’ and ‘reset’ buttons that are in the &#060FORMS&#062 commands,and place them all together in a table at the bottom of my Formspages. Is it possible to create buttons that are interlaced GIFs anduse them in place of traditional “submit” and “reset” buttons?

If I understand your question correctly, the answer is yes. Youcan use interlaced GIFs as buttons to replace theones normally created with HTML in your forms, by including thefollowing construct in your form:

     <input          type=image           name="Submit"          value="value"         src="picture_of_button.gif">

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