Textarea can't have a default value [duplicate]

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A textarea isn't like an input, it can't be self-closed (<textarea/>), it is self closing tags that can have a value to default display. Just change your code to echo the foodDescription inside the <textarea></textarea> tags, 1 Textarea doesn't have value attribute, try to put its content between the tags. <textarea>CONTENT</textarea> – Touki Mar 13 '13 at 11:04 , How does the Bladesinging wizard's Extra Attack feature interact with the additional Attack action from the Haste spell? ,the input type has the default value, but the textarea doesn't , why please , what is the solution?

There is no value attribute

<textarea class="wideInput" cols="30" rows="10"><?php echo $row['foodDescription']; ?></textarea>
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I want to set a default value for my html <textarea>. I read from a material that to add default value you have to do something like <textarea>This is default text</textarea>. I did that but it doesn't work. What's the right thing to do?,Then you can hook this class with jQuery to make it resizable when it's rendered on the web page. Please refer to Implementing a resizable textarea? for information about making your textarea resizable. ,Following this approach you can simply add a separator, commands and description menus. ,Rendering TextArea using ASP.NET MVC's Html helper and making it resizable are two different concerns. When using Html helper you can add a class to textarea like

Here is my jsFiddle example. this works fine:

<textarea name='awesome'>Default value</textarea>
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I want to set a default value for my html <textarea>. I read from a material that to add default value you have to do something like <textarea>This is default text</textarea>. I did that but it doesn't work. What's the right thing to do?,Please note that if you made changes to textarea, after it had rendered; You will get the updated value instead of the initialized value.,You can also add the "value" attribute and set that so something like so:,You need to set the default value to the textarea's ng-model in the respective controller or use ng-init.

Here is my jsFiddle example. this works fine:

<textarea name='awesome'>Default value</textarea>
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<textarea class="article-input" id="article-input" type="text" rows="9" >{{article}}</textarea> 
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To pick toppings, we can use checkboxes. These use the input element with a type attribute with the value checkbox:,input (if the type attribute is not in the Hidden state),Denotes elements that inherit the autocapitalize attribute from their form owner.,Using the inputmode attribute we can select appropriate input modalities:

[Exposed = Window,
   LegacyOverrideBuiltIns,
   LegacyUnenumerableNamedProperties
]
interface HTMLFormElement: HTMLElement {
   [HTMLConstructor] constructor();

   [CEReactions] attribute DOMString acceptCharset;
   [CEReactions] attribute USVString action;
   [CEReactions] attribute DOMString autocomplete;
   [CEReactions] attribute DOMString enctype;
   [CEReactions] attribute DOMString encoding;
   [CEReactions] attribute DOMString method;
   [CEReactions] attribute DOMString name;
   [CEReactions] attribute boolean noValidate;
   [CEReactions] attribute DOMString target;
   [CEReactions] attribute DOMString rel;
   [SameObject, PutForwards = value] readonly attribute DOMTokenList relList;

   [SameObject] readonly attribute HTMLFormControlsCollection elements;
   readonly attribute unsigned long length;
   getter Element(unsigned long index);
   getter(RadioNodeList or Element)(DOMString name);

   undefined submit();
   undefined requestSubmit(optional HTMLElement ? submitter = null);
   [CEReactions] undefined reset();
   boolean checkValidity();
   boolean reportValidity();
};
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true: Indicates that the element needs to have its spelling and grammar checked.,false : Indicates that the element should not be spell checked.,default : Indicates that the element is to act according to a default behavior, possibly based on the parent element's own spellcheck value.,This element includes the global attributes.

textarea {
   resize: none;
}
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table_default_attributes , default_link_target , Autolink default_link_target link_default_protocol ,This example string tells TinyMCE to remove all elements that are not a 'a, strong, div or br' element, convert 'b' elements to 'strong' elements, default ‘target’ to ‘_blank’ and keep the ‘href’, ‘target’ and ‘align’ attributes of the elements.

tinymce.init({
   selector: 'textarea', // change this value according to your HTML
   allow_conditional_comments: true
});
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There are two possible ways to get the value of the tags:, Transforms an input field or a textarea into a Tags component, in an easy, customizable way, with great performance and small code footprint, exploded with features. Vanilla ⚡ React ⚡ Vue ⚡ Angular ,It is possible to tweak the list dropdown via 2 settings:,<MixedTags> component is a shorthand for <Tags InputMode="textarea">

<script src="https://unpkg.com/@yaireo/tagify"></script>
<script src="https://unpkg.com/@yaireo/tagify/dist/tagify.polyfills.min.js"></script>
<link href="https://unpkg.com/@yaireo/tagify/dist/tagify.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" />
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