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I’m new here, having spent a few days looking at demos and lurking on your forums, but now I’m having an issue that I can’t seem to solve.
I think [this](http://codepen.io/esdictor/pen/lKudE “CodePen”) illustrates the problem.
I have a div that, when clicked, contains a textarea that the user can edit. Then, when the textarea loses focus, it is removed and the text is updated in the div.
No matter what I do, I can’t seem to reliably position the textarea inside the div in a way that shows the same in different resolutions.
Hopefully someone can help with this.
Why not try adding
Better yet, why not just put a textarea over your div and set its placeholder to what you want?
@JohnMotylJr I think that works perfectly for me. Even if there are some things I need to change, I’m pretty sure you’ve covered everything I need.
Are there any browser issues with box-sizing? I have to support IE9 for this.
Border-Box is supported IE8 on up, refer to [Can I Use Box-Sizing](http://caniuse.com/css3-boxsizing “”). If you need to attack IE7 > then I would reccomend using Paul Irish’s suggestion for [IE CSS Targeting](http://paulirish.com/2008/conditional-stylesheets-vs-css-hacks-answer-neither/ “”).
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