I did a quick search before I posted this, but couldn't find what I was looking for.
I am trying to create a login page.
I was wondering if it were possible to do the following
1) use CSS and the <DIV> tag to set the location of the form (I can already do this).
2 Use CSS to set the locations of the Username labels, Username textboxes, Password labels, and Password textboxes
3) Use CSS to set the locations of the LOGIN button, and RESET button.
I tried using the ID method in the <LABEL> tags, and <INPUT> tags using ID="LBL_USERNAME", ID="TXT_USERNAME", ID="LBL_PASSWORD", ID="TXT_PASSWORD". ID="BTN_SUBMIT", and ID="BTN_RESET"
I am very careful to match the uppercase letters, but it doesn't work.
What am I doing wrong?
Last edited by danam22315; 10-21-2012 at 12:16 PM.
However, I think you missed the point of my question. I do want to know how to format the buttons in the style that I want. However, I also want to set the position of the labels, textboxes, and buttons.
If you don't want to put your HTML code on the internet. Just send it to me in a private message and tell me what you want.
It hard to give you example of codes that would help when there is no information to work with.
I am assuming you have found an answer for what you was looking for? You should mark this as resolved or post the method you found out to help you. It's good practice not to have everything in uppercase. As some people find it hard to read all capitals and some scripting languages are case sensitive which in the long run can cause you more errors than needed.