Excuse me. “Quite the attitude”? Really? Really?
I know you’re busy. But so am I. I’m a paying customer and I’m trying to ask a question about your code. Perhaps I could have phrased it differently so you understood my question. But jeez. Thanks for insulting me.
Unfortunately I’m a DIY coder and I’m not always sure what I’m doing. In this case I don’t know how to create the css code that will make that form look clickable. Because really, that’s all I want. I need those BUY ME buttons to look clickable so the customer is absolutely certain that that’s what they’re supposed to do. Right now, it’s uncertain because they’re faded-looking and they don’t change when you mouseover them.
At this point, I’m going to go off and experiment by removing all the css code that you’ve just quoted and I’ll see how it looks. This is the only way I know how to work with css, trial and error. And, from what you’re saying, it’s the only way I’ll be able to see if it looks clickable across all browsers.