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There is a web form with a submit button labeled "submit", and it will be much better that if I can change the text to something like "buy" or "order now". Sadly the site is not mine so I cannot change it from the source code. Is there a Google Chrome extension that can do the job? Something like sytlebot but other than can change css, can replace content text.

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Tampermonkey should work, though you'll need to write your own user script, perhaps (assuming <input id="submitButton" type="button" name="submit" value="Submit" />) something like

document.getElementById('submitButton').value = 'Order Now';

Beware! Some server-side code examines the text displayed in the form's submit button, so you may see odd behavior when submitting the form after you change the button text.

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Great! it works fine! – yang May 1 '13 at 4:31

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