HTML Elements > TEXTAREA
Selects all the text displayed in the form element. To position the insertion pointer in a specific location inside a textarea element in IE, see
Instructs the TEXTAREA object to accept and process the event whose specifications are passed as the parameter to the method
Creates a TextRange object from the content of the textarea object. See the TextRange object for details.
Indicates whether the browser should wrap text in a textarea element and whether wrapped text should be submitted to the server with soft returns
Specifies the current value associated with the form control that is submitted with the name/value pair for the element. All values are strings.
Returns the type of form control element. The value is returned in all lowercase letters. It may be necessary to cycle through all form elements in
This is a number that indicates the sequence of this TEXTAREA element within the tabbing order of all focusable elements in the document.
This is implemented in IE, but has no function for the textarea object.
Provide the distance in pixels between the actual left or top edge of the TEXTAREA element's physical content and the left or top edge of the visible
Originally implemented in IE 4 for elements that either scrolled or influenced an TEXTAREA element's scroll
Specifies the height of the textarea element based on the number of lines of text that are to be displayed without scrolling. The value represents
Indicates whether the form element can be edited on the page by the user. A form control that has its readOnly property set to true may still be modif
This is the identifier associated with the form control contains current TEXTAREA element. The value of this property is submitted as one-half of the
Returns a reference to the form element that contains the current TEXTAREA element
Gives focus from the current TEXTAREA object, at which time the TEXTAREA object's onfocus event fires
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