The Google Chrome browser has been MY browser of choice
for quite a while now. This series of articles is to highlight many of the
reasons why it is such an excellent browser. I have tagged these articles so
you can see all of them listed and go back to the ones that you have missed
with this link
Google Chrome Browser - Series
We use forms quite a bit on web sites. The new ActiveRain contact form is an example. Sometimes on a form there is not just a text box but a text AREA, or in other words room for multiple sentences. The AR form illustrates this point. The message area will be several sentences long. In fact it looks like it holds about 5 lines of text before you need to use the scroll bar.
In Chrome, however, you can dynamically expand a text area. In the lower-right corner you can see a handle marker that you can drag with your mouse to expand the area. That's what I do if I need more room! I'd much rather be able to see my whole message in one shot to proofread before I click Send.
Since we're talking about the new contact form in AR, let me just add a couple extra thoughts. Sometimes you will see a mixture of upper and lowercase letters in the words. The validation does not check case, so you can simply type in all lowercase letters to make it easier for you. Also, sometimes you may see an accented character, just type the letter without the accent mark. If the word is so twisted and you can't read it, just click the circle-arrow button to get new words.