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Returning a submit button

Published 2013-01-17

In WordPress, the submit_button() function echoes a submit button. However, there are occasions where one might need a submit button, but not echoed. Like when returning a form from a function. For those occasions, use the get_submit_button() function instead. get_submit_button() accepts the same arguments as submit_button(), but returns instead of echoing.

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