> > In IE, the left and right padding on an input element that
> > displays like a button (types submit, reset, button) is variable
> > based on the text of that input element. So, the longer the
> > text, the wider the button and the more padding that exists.
> Try adding: overflow:visible to those input elements. Not sure if it
> works with all of them.
> In general changing the default styling of form elements is difficult,
> when not impossible (and by many is considered not too user friendly.)
Works perfectly (at least with input type submit, which is all I really care
about at the moment). I thought I might have to specify a really small
width to get it to work, but it wasn't necessary. Thanks.
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