CSS resize Property
CSS's resize property is used to resize an element based on the needs of the user. It does not apply to inline elements or block elements with visible overflow.
The CSS resize property defines how the element can be resized. It has control over the look and function of the resizing mechanism. The resizing mechanism is usually a triangle knob in the element's bottom right corner.
|The default value. The element cannot be resized by the user.
|The element's height and width can both be resized by the user.
|The width of the element can be resized by the user.
|The element's height can be adjusted by the user.
|This property is set to its default value.
|This property is inherited from its parent element.
|Edge / IE