WordPress - comments, text field, textarea

Stagger Lee
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Stagger Lee posted this 25 May 2016

In latest updates you managed to bundle those two. Textarea now takes styling of text fields (height narrow). Just check how it looks on Cloud.

I believe I have seen it somewhere else, except comment form. If I remember I will write it here.

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In latest updates you managed to bundle those two. Textarea now takes styling of text fields (height narrow). Just check how it looks on Cloud. I believe I have seen it somewhere else, except comment form. If I remember I will write it here. ![enter image description here][1] [1]: http://attachments.answers.billiondigital.com/312/15312/2016-05-25-195913.png

Last edited 25 May 2016 by Stagger Lee

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Stagger Lee
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Stagger Lee posted this 26 May 2016

For now just add to Settings - CSS:

.comment-respond textarea {
min-height: 200px;
}

You can add it to the Themler core code.

For now just add to Settings - CSS: .comment-respond textarea { min-height: 200px; } You can add it to the Themler core code.
Stagger Lee
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Stagger Lee posted this 21 July 2016

It is not needed. Just go to the comments options, some of the More Options, on top dropdown chose "Input" and set height to auto. Rest is fixed by itself.

Make it default in Themler, to prevent textarea height to inherit height of other input fields.

And all 3 width options to 100%, there is not point in keeping it shorter than text fields.

It is not needed. Just go to the comments options, some of the More Options, on top dropdown chose "Input" and set height to auto. Rest is fixed by itself. Make it default in Themler, to prevent textarea height to inherit height of other input fields. And all 3 width options to 100%, there is not point in keeping it shorter than text fields.
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