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I want to add items to textarea (let's say from already existing dropdown),  each item in a textarea would have a delete icon (a cross) or something, I could not find any CSS/javascript which would show some individual items in a textarea (or another div) , with possibility to delete it
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You cannot put images or any other presentational items in a textarea because it is specifically designed to display text only.

You can use CSS to simulate look of of a textarea and then you can put whatever widgets you want into it.

You did not find anything because to do that with a texarea you would need to override the core browser code in the rendering engine And probably the parser to cause the browser to ignore the W3C specifications for a standard element that includes a reference to the element presentation properties delivered through the interface from the OS.

You could download the source code for Firefox and chrome to develop a custome version of the browsers, but I doubt your users would be willing to install something that radical.


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