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Wrapping text on Feedback page

Posted on 2000-04-18
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I created a feedback page but when I include the comments from the form as input in another page it spans very wide.  I want it to wrap after 80 characters or so can this be done?


<p><!--webbot bot="FormInsertHere"
DESCR="The FrontPage FormInsertHere Component indicates the point in an HTML file where you want a default, Registration, or Discussion Component to insert new results."
--></p>


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You use the following code for the input from the form to wrap after 80 characters.

<FORM COLS="80" WRAP="hard">

or if that does not work for you,

<FORM COLS="80" WRAP="physical">
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