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Textarea Field


Textarea

Provides a text area for entry of multi-line text.

Options

Special options within this field are:

  • Rows
    The height of the visible text area in lines. If omitted the height is determined by the browser. The value does not limit the number of lines that may be entered. The rows are active in the backend while creating an article or a contact or a third party component that supports custom fields. This option has no impact on the size of the field in the frontend.
  • Columns
    The width of the visible text area in characters. If omitted the width is determined by the browser. The value does not limit the number of characters that may be entered. The cols are active in the backend while creating an article or a contact or a third party component that supports custom fields. This option has no impact on the size of the field in the frontend.
  • Longueur maximale
    Le nombre de caractères maximum pouvant être saisis.
  • Filter
    Allow the system to save certain html tags or raw data.


Informations en relation

See Textarea form field type

Captures d'écran

Créer le champ

Let's say you create a field with the options shown in the next figure.

Textarea field create-en.png

Utiliser le champ en backend

In the backend while creating an article or a contact you see the field like in the following imageː

Textarea-en.png

Utiliser le champ en frontend

In the frontend, you can see the field as you see in the following image. The option Automatic display is responsible for the position of the field and your template is responsible for the design of the field.
Fields are only displayed in the frontend if you have filled them with data in the article. If it is not a required field, can you forget it?

Textarea field frontend-en.png