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    css "liquid input boxes"

    Hey peeps. is it at all possible to apply css to an input box in such a way that the input box doesnt stretch when text zooming is applied? Im asking because i have a contacts page with an enquiry form, and when you text zoom the page, it breaks the page slightly at 150% + due to the input boxes growing with the text

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    You could set heights to the input boxes, though if users have to zoom in to see text then there must be a valid reason of why they are doing so.

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    sorry....my mistake, im not worried about them stretching vertically...rather, the horizontal stretching is the culprit. I would rather they stretched vertically instead of horizontally

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    Can you post a link to your site? Are you sure the input boxes are stretching? You could set a width to them in CSS, but you might be referring to something else.


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