On the wrap= option, I have an HTML reference that mentions that IE4 used
wrap=" off | physical | virtual".. i don't know if it supports it still but
you might try it..
"Jeff Oien" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
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> I tried wrap=hard already. I should have mentioned that. Sorry if this is
> off topic.
> Jeff Oien
> > You need a wrap= within your textarea.. You may need a couple if the
> > browsers haven't come together on it yet.. But you can check it out
> > http://www.blooberry.com/indexdot/html/tagpages/t/textarea.htm
> > Just scroll down to wrap and check it out..
> > BTW, this seems like HTML help rather than PHP help..
> > Later,
> > Bob Weaver
> > "Jeff Oien" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
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> > > I have a form where someone enters the body of an email message
> > > into a <textarea> part of a form to be sent out to a list. Then a
> > > retrieves the body and sends it via email. However I can't get line
> > > to show up (I'm using MS Outlook) even if I enter the \n into the
> > > form and those \n show up in the database data. I must be missing
> > > something. Thanks for any help.
> > > Jeff Oien
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