By overriding the default brower-styles using the class btn-default, the buttons on hldeger-web are now rendered the same on all browsers. It also gives the interface a cleaner look
Added .btn-default to unify buttons across browsers
Thanks! Consistency sounds nice.
On the other hand, it's now less obviously a clickable button. What's the normal fix for that ? What is the normal best practice for using/not using btn-default ?
The default bootstrap distribution offers seven kind of buttons.
For this usecase, making the search button primary should probably be enough. I would leave the "?" button as is though because the first one being a button should be enough of a hint to suggest that it is clickable as well
My habit is to stick with minimal, low-colour styling (but enough to indicate buttons, etc.) until a better UI theme arrives. Won't styling just this button differently from the overall UI seem odd ?
But I'll probably merge whatever you do anyway, to refresh the eyes.
You're right, for fancy buttons the ui needs to be overhauled.
I'll probably tackle issue #340 next so we'll see how everything plays togeher. Thanks for merging!
Added .btn-default to unify buttons across browsers (#418)