is it possible to dictate the height of a text box

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i am asking this question because i have seen a site whereby the actual text box (used to fill in details) is quite thin. is it governed by the height of the text/font? does a CSS parameter take care of that? how do u set the text box to house a particular font?
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found the answer. disregard this post. cheers
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You should post the answer you found, so if this question ever comes up again someone can just search for it.
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sorry, should have know.

here is the answer:

<input name="company" type="text" size="25" class="biggertext"/>

i didn'r realise that you could put css classes inside the input tags of a form. that would then dictate how high or what font you want your form in. and not just the form labels

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