Increase Input Box Size - Form

I can't for the life of me remember how I increased the height of an question input box for a form (easier to read when user typed larger message) . I was able to increase the height of the main message box, and decrease width of captcha box... over a year ago.

Any ideas? I remember simply editing pixel sizes.


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MrKDilkington replied on at Permalink Reply
Hi emarkay,

Which form input did you want to change?

What is the address of your website?
emarkay replied on at Permalink Reply
Looking to just resize a few of the input boxes on a form. I should have took notes!

I had to redo this page after the original form would break when doing any edits to the page. So adding in the new form I'm stuck with the default single line height all the way across for all questions.

I had also done the meter submission page at the time, which has the 2 boxes resized (Date and Message). If you look at the message box it's about 2 lines in height (and resizable by dragging bottom right corner).

I'll keep trying to retrace my steps and searching! Somehow I was able to edit the message box size directly. I see
<textarea name="Question12" class="form-control" id="Question12" cols="30" rows="2"></textarea>
but not sure in what way I edited that in.

I may be missing something simple as it took an hour or two the first time to figure out. Now I'm stumped after stepping away from Concrete for a few months.
emarkay replied on at Permalink Reply 1 Attachment
I figured it out, of course it was a simple oversight and I was making it harder than it needed to be. I was too focused on the term text field.

I had the answer type set to "text field" instead of "text area". Once set to text area it opens up the options to set width and height for that question.

So it when editing the form - edit/add the question - answer type - text area
Now you can edit width and height.

Can't believe I missed that one! Thanks for the reply MrK.