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How do I make some text fields bigger or smaller than others?Asked by Wandili on May 14, 2015 at 10:41 PM
I'm using a lot of 'free text' fields for a survey... I want the text boxes to appear bigger, but when I change the size in the designer view all of the text boxes throughout the form change too. I don't want that - just some to be bigger.
I'm ok with how to resize, but not the issue of all of them sizing up the same.
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If you want to adjust height of a specific Text Box of your form, you need to add a CSS code for the specific Text Box (determined by id).
To adjust height of a specific Text Box, please see instructions below:
Please ensure that you added the CSS height tag to the correct id #input_XX not in .form-textbox CSS class so the adjustment will only be implemented to the specific Text Box.
I recommend you use the Text Area field instead of Text Box if you need multiple lines of inputs in your field. To add a Text Area to your form, please follow instructions below.
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