Can someone please explain to me why this code isn’t working on chrome and safari?
( *I had to remove part of a couple of “>” in this html above for it to show up. Sorry if it’s not allowed to post. )
background: -moz-linear-gradient(center top , #5DBB73 0%, #2D9047 100%) repeat scroll 0 0 transparent;
box-shadow: 0 1px 1px #94DDA6 inset, 0 1px 2px rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.61);
margin-left: 300px !important;
margin-top: 15px !important;
padding: 8px 8px 8px 29px;
font-family: Helvetica Neue;
font-size: 17px !important;
text-shadow: 0 1px 2px #114A1E, 0 1px 0 #114A1E;
It’s supposed to be a green button with white text. It’s working well in firefox,
but it’s not showing the text of the button in chrome or safari
You are missing an opening angle bracket
…..> [HERE] input type
Paulie I have the openining angle on my website. I had to remove it as it wouldn’t let me post the full HTML
Here’s the webpage it’s on: http://100freeplugins.com/members/edwin/
I know this is going to sound silly…but what isn’t working?
Is it something wrong with the input?
What is it you are trying to do?
Ah…I don’t think you have defined the `src’ of the image…could that be it?
If you change type to submit you would make the text to show in chrome..
I mean this:
I’m assuming from the other code [`id="af-submit-image-1731798193"`] that this is supposed to be an image.
KevinStrong wrote in the first post that: “It’s supposed to be a green button with white text.”
There’s no mention there’s supposed to be an image anywhere.. ;)
Ah, you are correct…but this would imply that it is an image.
type=”image” & class=”image”
If we change the type to `submit` and add `value=”Download”` does that do it?
Yeah:) I’ve just tested that in jsfiddle in chrome..
Hmmm….no apparently it doesn’t…there’s some weird stuff happening.
I do know you can do this without the wrapping div
>Yeah:) I’ve just tested that in jsfiddle in chrome..
Do you have a link because Codepen was funky….perhaps I messed it up somehow.
Thanks for the help so far guys.
That change defnitely made the text show up – but now I’m getting
a gray inside the button in all browsers:
Try `background:none ` on `.image`.
It got funky in Chrome when I did that in Codepen and left a box-shadow which I’m trying to figure out.
That did it Paulie, thanks man.
I’m glad they keep you around :)
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