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Text input fields not responding properly to media queries on Samsung Galaxy 4S

Posted on 2014-11-04
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We have setup some responsive media queries on this page:
http://www.webcemeteries.com/memorials/default.asp?id=5706101

The text input boxes and textareas:

@media only screen and (max-width: 35em){
input[type=text],textarea{max-width:100%;}
}

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It works fine in my browsers and on my iPhone 5s. Client is opening the page on a Samsung Galaxy 4S and sent me the attached screenshot. Not sure why my CSS is not working on this device? Would appreciate any advice.

Thank you!
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Question by:bbdesign
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Seems the rendering engine has a mind of its own. Most simple solution? Just use 90% (as you have no influence on the rendering engine of someone else)
Also, tested 90% on Note 4, Opera browser.
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This worked, thanks for the suggestion!
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