Well, as one of the last posts said, if you are displaying in a web browser, via HTML, you need to insert <br> tags where you want the text to go to the next line. HTML doesn't respond to /r/n pairs. So if that is how the user types them in (with a enter key at the end of lines) you need to replace with <br>'s if there are no EOL's in the original text you need to decide on some arbitrary length and insert <br> at that point.

Andrew

At 12:03 AM 8/10/2003, Budelak wrote:

The text are type into an input field by the user who is nonot a programmer at all. This inputt field updates the database that is later called up for display.
Bunmi


Andrew D. Luebke wrote:
How are the paragraph breaks represented in the original text? You have have to detect the paragraph breaks and change to a /r/n.
Andrew.
At 11:40 PM 8/9/2003, Budelak wrote:


Hello,
Can someone help with this problem I've been trying to solve but don't how to.


I have a field of type longtext that contains text with paragraphs at the time of entry.

But when I display this text content, the paragraphs are not shown. Everything will just appear in one long text with no paragraph break.

Bunmi Akinmboni


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