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make textarea 100% width in Pocket Internet Explorer

Posted on 2008-06-13
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Hi,
I'm building a small web app that has a pocket internet explorer client..
I can not seem to make a textarea be 100% wide...
Anybody have a solution or example?
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<BODY width = "100%" >

If that does not work, the pocket browser is deliberately scaling ALL pages down to a size it feels is right to display on the pocket screen.  If this is built into the pocket ROM, you can try to fudge it with --

<BODY width = "120%" >

or something at the right scale.  If that makes no difference, the ROM rules, and you are out of luck.
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Have you tried putting the TextArea in a table and scaling the Table, Table Cell, and TextArea to 100%? If that doesn't work you should also try using a DIV instead of the Table.
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Worked around this problem, have not tried all the solutions...
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