elements of type" image" are used to create graphical submit buttons, i. e. submit buttons that take the form of an image rather than text.
The source for this interactive example is stored in a GitHub repository. The trick is to apply the image replace methods to a button tag and use it as the submit button, instead of using input.
And since button borders are erased, it's also recommendable change the button cursor to the hand shaped one used for links, since this provides a visual tip to the users. " If you look at my code that I tested and is working, input type" button" and input type" image" can be styled using css. He just used the wrong property. He just used the wrong property. Jonathan Czitkovics Apr 29 '10 at 16: 31 Definition and Usage.
The src attribute specifies the URL of the image to use as a submit button. Note: The src attribute is required for, and can only be used with. Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed answers to any questions you might have Meta Discuss the workings and policies of this site I have a beautiful little CSS image that needs to be a button.
I've tried about 20 different methods, Css form input button image of which work. I just either get a blank nothing or a Login Form Signup Form Checkout Form Contact Form Social Login Form Register Form Form with Icons Newsletter Stacked Form Responsive Form Popup Form Inline Form Clear Input Field Copy Text to Clipboard Animated Search Search Button Fullscreen Search Input Field in Navbar Login Form in Navbar Custom This works great for a simple form submit, but if you need the image to carry a value (to determine which imagebutton was clicked) then you will be out of luck in FireFox you will have to use a button with a background: ( schmoopy Mar 26 '13 at 23: 19 input type" submit" is the best way to have a submit button in a form.
The downside of this is that you cannot put anything other than text as its value. The downside of this is that you cannot put anything other than text as its value. Input with iconimage If you want an icon inside the input, use the backgroundimage property and position it with the backgroundposition property.
Also notice that we add a large left padding to reserve the space of the icon: Normal Button Disabled Button Use the opacity property to add transparency to a button (creates a" disabled" look).
Tip: You can also add the cursor property with a value of" notallowed"which will display a" no parking sign" when you mouse over the button: