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Resizing form width

Thread began 6/07/2010 11:13 pm by paligula379777 | Last modified 6/14/2010 5:56 pm by paligula379777 | 2026 views | 16 replies

anonymous

Hi Kyle,

CSS is cross browser compatible... but you may still have an element that is before your form width control that still gets interpreted by the standards based browsers like Firefox or Safari. I know that Firefox has a few extensions that allow you to inspect CSS elements on your page and it will show you all rules that are being applied to that particular element. Safari actually has the developer kit built in (at least on the Mac version). If the link you supplied earlier is still valid, I will take a look on Safari's CSS inspector to see if there are any other rules being applied to your form's width.

Best regards,

Brian

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