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Our project rates for bigger developments can be found at http://ascentbusiness.co.uk/crm-solutions/zoho-crm-packages-prices and will involve a dedicated project consultant along with developers who will hold your hand through the development process.

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I regularly build and specialize in 2-way API integrations for Xero, Shopify and eBay.

Zoho Deluge - Hide Reset Button on Form

What?
So another quick note as I couldn't find a solution on the forums. This is to hide the reset button on a non-stateless form (state form?). I have posted this on the Zoho forums as well but here goes:

Why?
Because I can. And because as someone said, a "reset" button is so 1990. I have a confirmation page and don't want the button to show so...

How?
Well edit the HTML... Now to do this, follow the below steps:
  1. Find the CSS class name of the reset button (usually "zc-live-secondary-btn")
  2. Add a notes field to your form
  3. Click on the HTML button to add HTML
  4. Add the following HTML:
    copyraw
    <style>.zc-live-secondary-btn{display:none;}</style>
    1.  <style>.zc-live-secondary-btn{display:none;}</style> 
  5. Done
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