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       HTMLDocument::addLabelledTextarea - Adds a labelled textarea


       ElementTree addLabelledTextarea( ElementTree parent, String name, String labeltext, String
       initialtext=createString(0), Int rows=5, Int cols=40 )


       parent The parent element

       name The name of the textarea. Remember that names starting with "kaya_" may  be  used  by
       the Kaya standard library and should not be used directly by applications.

       labeltext The text of the label

       initialtext  The initial contents of the textarea, if any. Thisparameter is optional, with
       the empty string as a default.

       rows The number of rows the fieldset has. This parameter may be omitted for a default of 5

       cols The number of columns the fieldset has. This parameter may be omitted for  a  default
       of  40.  Note  that  there  is  no  browser-independent relationship between the number of
       columns in a text area, and the size of a  normal  text  input,  so  getting  them  to  be
       consistently the same width is not possible.


       Adds  a  labelled  textarea  to  a  form. Since the labelled textarea is enclosed within a
       division, the parent element may be the form itself. Text areas are  useful  for  entering
       large  amounts  of  user  input,  or  where the user input needs to contain new lines. The
       textarea and its label will be separated by a line break.


       Kaya standard library by Edwin Brady, Chris Morris  and  others  (  For
       further information see


       The Kaya standard library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
       the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License (version 2.1 or any later  version)  as
       published by the Free Software Foundation.


       HTMLDocument.addFieldset (3kaya)
       HTMLDocument.addLabelledSelect (3kaya)
       HTMLDocument.addLabelledInput (3kaya)
       HTMLDocument.addOption (3kaya)
       HTMLDocument.addTextarea (3kaya)