Two good articles explaining the why's and wherefore's of the HTML Button element. When to use it, when not to use it, and how to avoid using the wrong elements with your JS click events.
Gotta love those folks over at Smashing Magazine. I've been pretty happy with and loyal to Dreamweaver throughout my career. Lately, though, I've been doing more telecommuting, and Dreamweaver CS5.5 seems to have real problems with managing sites over a laggy network. Every time I'd try and make a change to the code or save a file, and application would come to a screeching hault for anywhere from 5 seconds to a full minute. Absolute death to productivity and morale.
Sometimes you get a project that gives you no choice but to hit Google for solutions that are as near to perfect for your specific parameters as possible. In this case, I was tasked with designing and developing a special web page for a contest that included a form for collecting user information and contest submissions. The problem, though, was that I had to design the contest page before I had any content to work with, and I inadvertantly painted myself into a corner: I designed the page to be no taller than a certain height, and due to time contstraints, I couldn’t rework the design.