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pocket internet explorer change input height

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hi - using pocket pc 2002 how can i change the height of an <input> tag.  I can scale orther text but not the input box itself
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The browsers on handheld devices are built from earlier versions of full featured browsers.  These earlier browsers did not allow much modification in the presentation or behaviour of form elements.  It is a limitation  of the technology.

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you can still try it, this would be the code for it:


<input type="text" name="Foo" value="foobar" size="20" style="max-height: 14px"/>

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so would i be able to do this on pocket pc 2003?
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well, yeah you should be, as long as the browser supports css, it'll work.
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