I'm learning on the fly, so please forgive if this question sound a bit dim. I added a contact form to my website yesterday via a free open-source application. I've edited the fields in the output.php file to match my needs, and re-written the html code to fit the layout of my site. Nothing major there. My problem is when I try to apply a gif button to the form to route back to output.php. I haven't managed to figure out the code to activate the gif and allow me to remove the standard forms button. This is really an esthetic issue, but is also important for me to maintain the overall layout of the site. The submitbutton.gif needs to give the same result as the button listed below it to be successful in this project. I've used the value to direct users till I can figure this out.
<input type="Submit" name="Submit" value="Use this one" />
<input type="image" name="Submit" src="http://www.plecobreeder.com/submitbutton.gif"" alt="Use this one">
It's always so much easier once you see it, but I do have a question about the double quotations after the source. I initially tried just typing the code in and got a second button without the image. Then, I copy/pasted the code and it worked perfectly with the only obvious difference being the extra quotation mark, which I don't see opening quotations for. What is the significance of that quotation?