Type <input type="reset".
If desired, type value="reset message" where reset message is the text that appears in the button. The default reset message is Reset.
Figure 17.46. You can use the value attribute to set any text you wish for the reset button.
Figure 17.47. The CSS from Figure 17.41 on page 272 already applies to the Reset button. No additions are necessary.
Figure 17.48. If your visitor clicks the reset button, all the fields are set to their default values.
Type <button type="reset">.
Type the text, if any, that should appear on the left side of the image in the button.
Type <img src="image.url", where image.url is the name of the image that will appear on the button.
Type alt="alternate text", where alternate text is what appears if the image doesn't.
If desired, add any other image attributes.
Type /> to complete the image.
Type the text, if any, that should appear on the right side of the image in the button.
Figure 17.49. Make sure you set the type to reset. Otherwise, the button won't actually do anything at all.
Figure 17.50. Now both the submit and reset buttons really stand out. (It really works, by the way. Try it on my Web sitesee page 26.)