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It’s possible to customize the button that starts the search with css?
you would you give me some suggestions on how to operate?
The easiest way I have found is to replace the TXP tag with code similar to this:-
<form id="searchForm" method="get" action="<txp:site_url />search"> <p><input id="searchInput" type="text" name="q" value="" size="25" /><input id="searchButton" type="submit" value="Go" /></p> </form>
This is similar to the code that the tag outputs but would allow you to add your own style hooks to use in your CSS. Note that I have a separate “search” section so you should adjust the “action” attribute to suit your site.
Last edited by thebombsite (2008-11-07 23:48:20)
Thanks for your advice
I solved the problem
compliments for your website that is very interesting
In this code… How do I indicate the specific form I want to use for the results ?
Hi, but when I use the html-code instead of the txp-search-tag…i can not show the word, the person typed in, on the search results page??!
Hi guys! How i can put my image button instead of button value “go” ?
Rah-plugins | What? I’m a little confused… again :-)
jQuery UI is a good way of styling buttons, the bonus being someone else has done all the legwork in getting buttons to display identically in a wide selection of browsers…
Guys, i created a search page from this tutor:
Search with Textpattern
<div class=“search_topic”><txp:search_result_title /></div>
<div class=“search_link”><txp:search_result_url /></div>
How to do?
Last edited by Katalonian (2010-06-23 09:19:47)