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    Question css forms stylesheet?


    When I try to use a selector of:

    input[type='submit'] {color: red; background-color: green;}

    in DTD standards based IE5.x and 6.0 or NN6.2 it doesn't work. It works ok with just input as the selector but that also picks up the other input types, which I don't want. [ed] works OK in NN 6.2 so it's just a problem in IE. I suppose they don't support CSS2 yet?

    Any way to do this on a context selector basis so that I don't have to modify html code?

    Also, on my dark background page, those bullets in the radio type input control look like searchlights and I can't find what attribute to set. Anybody know of a css technique to dim 'em down?

    Thanks
    Last edited by jflowers; May 15th, 2002 at 04:48 AM.
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    Well, that's it. Explorer doesn't do much CSS2, at least in this area. For a good (and fairly recent) list checkout http://www.xs4all.nl/~ppk/css2tests/intro.html

    I would still like to know how to dim down a radio button (center circle) if anyone could help there?

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