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June 19, 2007, 11:14 am
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I have a form, but would like to fix the number of words that a user
can add to this to say 50 words.
Can this be done on the form, or would I need an external validation
script to count the number of words and then return a warning message?
Or would it be simpler to just display the first 50 words only, if so
how do I write the html to just show the first 50 words.
Re: is there a way to fix the number of words in a textbox
You cannot do this with HTML. HTML is not a programming language, it is
markup that says "this is a paragraph" and "that is a list". You need a
the user types, but is not absolutely reliable because the user may have
*final* word and check the input and bounce the user back to the form
with a error message if the input does not meet the criteria.
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