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.
Web Design and Development Consultant
naturalaxis | http://www.naturalaxis.com/

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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