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.. Often referred to as a text box, comment box, or even scroll box, a with any contents inserted between the opening and closing tags. Thanks for this. Note: The size of a textarea can also be specified by the CSS height and width properties. Er, actually I meant line-feeds, not carriage returns. Larger boxes accommodate more text but … This was the only example of code that behaved the same in both FF and IE for me :-)) ‘isIE7’: function() { return ! Seems like the setCaretPosition function got truncated in my prior posting: function setCaretPosition (el, iCaretPos) { if (document.selection) // IE { var range, if (el.type == ‘text’) // textbox { range.moveStart (‘character’, -el.value.length) range.moveEnd (‘character’, -el.value.length) range.moveStart (‘character’, iCaretPos) range.select() } else // textarea { range.collapse(false) range.move (‘character’, iCaretPos – el.value.length + el.value.split(‘\n’).length – 1) range.select() } } else if (el.selectionStart || el.selectionStart == ‘0’) // Firefox { el.setSelectionRange(iCaretPos, iCaretPos) }. ‘version’: navigator.appVersion, form Read only : object: Returns a reference to the parent form element. Placeholder text, HTML5 with jQuery fallback. Has anybody tested this code when the text scrolls out of view? prm.add_pageLoaded(pageLoaded); Most HTML forms are composed of a parent form element, a handful of input elements (at least one of which will be of the submit type), and one or more textareas. (this.userAgent.indexOf(“MSIE 6”) == -1); }, So i will appreciate any kind of help. } var browser = { Please help me if know how it is to be done. return false; (this.userAgent.indexOf(“Firefox”) == -1); }, Adds a name attribute to a with any contents inserted between the opening and closing tags. Thanks for this. Note: The size of a textarea can also be specified by the CSS height and width properties. Er, actually I meant line-feeds, not carriage returns. Larger boxes accommodate more text but … This was the only example of code that behaved the same in both FF and IE for me :-)) ‘isIE7’: function() { return ! Seems like the setCaretPosition function got truncated in my prior posting: function setCaretPosition (el, iCaretPos) { if (document.selection) // IE { var range, if (el.type == ‘text’) // textbox { range.moveStart (‘character’, -el.value.length) range.moveEnd (‘character’, -el.value.length) range.moveStart (‘character’, iCaretPos) range.select() } else // textarea { range.collapse(false) range.move (‘character’, iCaretPos – el.value.length + el.value.split(‘\n’).length – 1) range.select() } } else if (el.selectionStart || el.selectionStart == ‘0’) // Firefox { el.setSelectionRange(iCaretPos, iCaretPos) }. ‘version’: navigator.appVersion, form Read only : object: Returns a reference to the parent form element. Placeholder text, HTML5 with jQuery fallback. Has anybody tested this code when the text scrolls out of view? prm.add_pageLoaded(pageLoaded); Most HTML forms are composed of a parent form element, a handful of input elements (at least one of which will be of the submit type), and one or more textareas. (this.userAgent.indexOf(“MSIE 6”) == -1); }, So i will appreciate any kind of help. } var browser = { Please help me if know how it is to be done. return false; (this.userAgent.indexOf(“Firefox”) == -1); }, Adds a name attribute to a with any contents inserted between the opening and closing tags. Thanks for this. Note: The size of a textarea can also be specified by the CSS height and width properties. Er, actually I meant line-feeds, not carriage returns. Larger boxes accommodate more text but … This was the only example of code that behaved the same in both FF and IE for me :-)) ‘isIE7’: function() { return ! Seems like the setCaretPosition function got truncated in my prior posting: function setCaretPosition (el, iCaretPos) { if (document.selection) // IE { var range, if (el.type == ‘text’) // textbox { range.moveStart (‘character’, -el.value.length) range.moveEnd (‘character’, -el.value.length) range.moveStart (‘character’, iCaretPos) range.select() } else // textarea { range.collapse(false) range.move (‘character’, iCaretPos – el.value.length + el.value.split(‘\n’).length – 1) range.select() } } else if (el.selectionStart || el.selectionStart == ‘0’) // Firefox { el.setSelectionRange(iCaretPos, iCaretPos) }. ‘version’: navigator.appVersion, form Read only : object: Returns a reference to the parent form element. Placeholder text, HTML5 with jQuery fallback. Has anybody tested this code when the text scrolls out of view? prm.add_pageLoaded(pageLoaded); Most HTML forms are composed of a parent form element, a handful of input elements (at least one of which will be of the submit type), and one or more textareas. (this.userAgent.indexOf(“MSIE 6”) == -1); }, So i will appreciate any kind of help. } var browser = { Please help me if know how it is to be done. return false; (this.userAgent.indexOf(“Firefox”) == -1); }, Adds a name attribute to a