CSS for FORM element widths?
I am busy designing a new web site and have come across a strange situation. On one page there is a form for "Feedback". This form is pretty basic and only uses <INPUT TYPE="TEXT">, <SELECT> and <TEXTAREA> tags.
I spent a lot of time setting up the width of each of the elements (I have different pages set up for IE and for NETSCAPE) so that they all allign properly. I did this at home using Windows 2000, an 800 x 600 screen resolution and an IE 5.5 browser where it all worked perfectly. However, it is a different story at the office where I am using NT 4.0, an 800 x 600 screen resolution and an IE 5.5 browser - in other words, only the Operating System is different (and of course the view out the window :D).
At the office, the widths of the various "boxes" in the form are no longer the same. I can only assume that this has something to do with the default settings of the computer itself?
What I would like to know is this - can I control the width of these FORM elements by using CSS? I am using a stylesheet with a font and font-size selected for the <BODY> and I would have thought that since I give no further STYLE instructions when dealing with these elements, that they would have been the same.
In case you haven't guessed it - I am seriously confused! Any help? All responses are greatly appreciated. If you're interested, the page I am referring to is currently at http://bconte.taly.co.za/cont.asp