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<P><FONT SIZE=2>Any specific reason? It helps styling different inputs in browsers that don't fully support 'type=' css selectors.<BR>
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Cheers!<BR>
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-Boris<BR>
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Subject: [Seaside] WARenderCanvas&gt;&gt;button has allways a class attribute<BR>
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Hi list,<BR>
is there a way to disable the default class attribute ( class=&quot;button&quot; ) in<BR>
button tags?<BR>
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salute<BR>
Thomas<BR>
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