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interesting approach. but i don't get the point... why would you - semantically speaking - add a textarea where it is not expected or even required?

it sure may be correct and valid but it takes the textarea's content out of the flow. i can see screenreading software coughing up on this one.
(20.10.2008, 19:52)

Semantically speaking, you wouldn't. But many visitors have asked if this was possible for display purposes and without display:inline-block it isn't. But this is one way to achieve an inline block.
(20.10.2008, 20:33)

It's good to know the inline-block property of the textareas. But this example's applications are very limited as it's impossible to run html code inside a textarea.
(23.12.2008, 23:54)

Hello Stu,

thanks a lot for your great site!

Unfortunately the textarea trick doesn't work with Konqueror. Screenshot (61kb):

(21.01.2009, 11:08)


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