Assuming you wanted to know if you could put any message on your submit button, the answer is yes. (Don't ya love it?) If you wanted the button to say "Go", you'd do something like this:<BR><input type=submit name=submit value=" Go "></input><BR>The spaces before and after the quoted text were only placed there because I like a button wider than two characters. It's your prerogative to leave them there or get rid of them. <BR><BR>If this wasn't your question, please inform in more detailed manner.<BR><BR>p.s. you might find www.jalfrezi.com a superb tutorial.
Craz-<BR>I'm not sure what you're trying to say, but don't ever use an HTML editor; they like to stick *lots* of unnecessary HTML into pages, making them bigger than they need to be. Besides, you'll really know what you're doing if don't use an editor.<BR>A text editor (Notepad, Wordpad) is the way to go. I learned my first eight months of ASP using Notepad. Now I use the Visual Interdev source display which color codes tags.<BR>