I suspect your return result looks something like

<input type=textarea rows=

rather than the full string, as you were expecting.  You do need to
escape quotes, as they are special characters.  Try:

function write_textarea()
 {
  return "<input type=textarea rows=\"5\" cols=\"70\" name=\"\">";
 }

I'm aware of the other replies to this message, but I'm being literal
and assuming you want that exact string returned, regardless of other
alternatives.  HTH.
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Web Design and Development Consultant
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On Tue, 2004-08-24 at 16:43 +0800, Hafidz Abdullah wrote:
> Hi again, everyone.
> 
> I also have a problem creating my text area.  I meant to do a text area (measuring 5 
> rows by 70 columns) which accompanies the words: "First 50 words are free. 
> Subsequent 50 words or part thereof, $50 will be charged:"
> 
> function write_textarea()
>  {
>   return "<input type=textarea rows="5" cols="70" name="">";
>  }
>  
> Doesn't work. How can I make it work?
> 
> Thanks & regards,
> Hafidz

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