As noted in several question here on Meta, resizing a
textarea horizontally used to break the pages layout:
The first is now status-completed due to a recent change that adds
to the global CSS files.
As a Chrome user, this breaks my user experience, since resizable textareas are something I am used to. Preventing this causes me to be stuck to a tiny textareas (especially for comments), which I find annoying.
So, I propose to change to current behavior (again) to one of the following:
Entirely remove the
resizeproperty and let each browser deal with this individually (so everybody gets what he's used to) and simply raise the textareas'
z-index(to prevent breaking the page layout).
Change the current code to
since vertical resizing did not break the page layout in the first place.
Option 1 is my personal favorite, but I'd be happy with either one.