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Setting the size of a nested text box.

Posted on 2006-11-29
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I would like to format this text field so the user can enter paragraphs of information.  An 80 character wide by 40 character tall field.     As it is right now, the code below produces a skinny little text field.

            <td class="fieldValue" valign="top">
                  <nested:text property="description" maxlength="2000"/>
            </td>

How do I do that with 'nested?
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try the nested:textarea tag

http://struts.apache.org/1.x/struts-taglib/tlddoc/nested/textarea.html

soemthing like

<nested:textarea  property="fieldname"  rows="40" cols="80"></nested:textarea>
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