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  • Resolved Bhooshan


    Hi Folks. It’s a pleasure being back on the boards with a rather stupid question. But i hope you’ll consider replying to it.

    I have implemented the WP-Contact Form on my website here – If you see the form, you’ll realize the Submit button which is stretched across the form. I tried looking for an answer in the CSS sheet but could not find it. Is there a way I can bring back the original Submit button (the default state) back? Thanks in advance.

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  • Just as a quick answer since I’m a newb with css really is to add the below to your style sheet with the other contact form classes. Tested with firefox only on my end..

    .contactright input[value=”Submit”]{

    Where 100px is what ever you want it to be you could use percent instead as well. Hope that’s some help.

    — Mindy

    Hey thanks Mindy. That seriously helped a lot 🙂 Still wondering where I can get the kind of submit button they have for the Comments post 🙂

    Thanks so much for this :-)**thumbsup

    Again I’m no expert just looked over your style sheets and played with them in firefox..

    Look in your spring_flavor.css file —

    form .button {

    border-color:white #DCDCDC #DCDCDC white;



    If you want this same type of styling used on the comments submit button for the contact submit button that is where to find it. Just apply the same settings to the class you made for the contact form submit button earlier.

    — Mindy

    Apologies for the late reply and many thanks for the solution. It worked like magic 🙂 Thanks for your cooperation once again Mindy 🙂

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