Hides those annoying 'Reset' buttons on web forms.
Remember that "Reset" button that you see on so many web forms? You know, the one that sits right beside the "Submit" button and clears all your data? Yeah, that one.
It might as well be called the "Please throw away all that information I just typed in" button. There are very few instances in modern web design where a Reset button is necessary, or even helpful. Most of the time it just seems to be an easy way to accidentally erase all your work from the last few minutes.
This extension is for anyone who wants to rid the web of "Reset" buttons. The operation is simple - click Install, and you'll never see a Reset button again.
=== Technical stuff: ===
This extension uses CSS rules to overwrite the default style for Reset buttons, rendering them invisible (and un-clickable). The reset button is still there, so depending on your keyboard bindings it may be possible to activate it anyway.
=== Coffee Jar: ===
If you've just installed this extension, and are feeling overwhelmed with floods of joyful exultation and fuzzy-wuzzy cuddly feelings, please consider donating a little something to keep your loyal programmer well stocked with coffee (or whatever it is web developers need to stay alive):
Paypal donate to: firstname.lastname@example.org
No Reset is proudly Australian owned and made. Or whatever.