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Design Edit on Forms

Discussion in 'Web Design' started by yazo80s, Jul 27, 2009.

  1. yazo80s

    yazo80s Junior Member

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    I am now getting into designing forms with dreamweaver, no problem setting this up and having people successfully sending me emails on the form box.

    Question how do you edit/design the submit button, to look much cooler, like a bigger "button" with either graphic or color?

    Also in the same form box, (the same question) how would you graphically change the input boxes, to diff. colors etc.

    I seen Optin/squeeze page forms with really cool graphics in their input buttons.

    thx
     
  2. xopacuo

    xopacuo Registered Member

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    well you can do some styling to the button and input boxes with the help of CSS but for realy cool forms you will need some graphics implemented in the style. Photoshop + some skills in CSS and you can get very nice looking forms.
     
  3. megashape

    megashape Newbie

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    U should learn CSS,
    I have a form like this on my portoflio : http://www.megashape.net/contact.html

    This is a combination between simple html and css style, here is an article about it:
    http://www.sitepoint.com/article/style-web-forms-css/
     
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  4. xopacuo

    xopacuo Registered Member

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    yes, it's nice, keep improving your skills