Textarea are more refined compared to Text String and can be used for when you want to allow for multiple lines of text, but also open up for rich-text options

A Textarea input provides a small, multi-line rich text editor with very basic formatting options: bold, italic, underline, supertext, subtext, Link and very dear option soft-hyphen (­) for when you want to insert a "-" in long words that may or may not risk breaking your design on various screensizes.

Furthermore This input has the option of creating a Link style, so you can inject the css styling for all links created in that textarea. These settings are found in the foldout called "Advanced" below each Textarea.

Works great for:

  • Body/content texts

Template editor

Email editor

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