form.textarea

Textarea view helper. The value of the text area needs to be set via the “value” attribute, as with all other form ViewHelpers.

Examples

Example:

<f:form.textarea name="myTextArea" value="This is shown inside the textarea" />

Output:

<textarea name="myTextArea">This is shown inside the textarea</textarea>

Arguments

additionalAttributes (anySimpleType)

Additional tag attributes. They will be added directly to the resulting HTML tag.

data (anySimpleType)

Additional data-* attributes. They will each be added with a &quot;data-&quot; prefix.

name (string)

Name of input tag

value (anySimpleType)

Value of input tag

property (string)

Name of Object Property. If used in conjunction with &lt;f:form object=&quot;…&quot;&gt;, &quot;name&quot; and &quot;value&quot; properties will be ignored.

autofocus (string)

Specifies that a text area should automatically get focus when the page loads

rows (anySimpleType)

The number of rows of a text area

cols (anySimpleType)

The number of columns of a text area

disabled (string)

Specifies that the input element should be disabled when the page loads

placeholder (string)

The placeholder of the textarea

errorClass (string)

Default: &#039;f3-form-error&#039;

CSS class to set if there are errors for this view helper

readonly (string)

The readonly attribute of the textarea

required (anySimpleType)

Default: false

Specifies whether the textarea is required

class (string)

CSS class(es) for this element

dir (string)

Text direction for this HTML element. Allowed strings: &quot;ltr&quot; (left to right), &quot;rtl&quot; (right to left)

id (string)

Unique (in this file) identifier for this HTML element.

lang (string)

Language for this element. Use short names specified in RFC 1766

style (string)

Individual CSS styles for this element

title (string)

Tooltip text of element

accesskey (string)

Keyboard shortcut to access this element

tabindex (integer)

Specifies the tab order of this element

onclick (string)

JavaScript evaluated for the onclick event