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As you can see it adds a linebreak after each text is added. It is meant to creat a list to be output from a form. But a user can click inside the textarea end mess up the list and enter anyway they want.

How can I make sure that there is always a linebreak between each line of text?

<input size="20" id="inputtext">
<input name="add" value="Add" onclick="document.getElementById('textarea').value+=''+inputtext.value+'

'" type="button">
<textarea rows="15" id="textarea" name="box" cols="22"></textarea>

I have considered the readonly option but I need users to be able to delete entries.

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Keep Users From Messing Up Entry?

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As you can see it adds a linebreak after each text is added. It is meant to creat a list to be output from a form. But a user can click inside the textarea end mess up the list and enter anyway they want.

How can I make sure that there is always a linebreak between each line of text?

<input size="20" id="inputtext">
<input name="add" value="Add"

'" type="button">
<textarea rows="15" id="textarea" name="box" cols="22"></textarea>

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Ok first the bad, it will not work from a stylesheet, you have to use style="display:none" all over the place, I will try to fix that without adding more than 2 lines to the script somehow, I hope. you can not have line breaks in the innerHtml statements in your links(I think that's normal anyway). javascript:void(0); will not work for an iframe, you have to use #(or #null to keep from clicking up to the top of the page) for the hrefs, I don't know if that is a bad thing or not, there has to be something better than both of those options. now the good, if you do not have access to the head of a page, everything works from the body of a page. it is good for making ul/ol tags for a vertical menu without that complicated scripting having to differentiate ul/ol text and li links in those scripts for just a simple menu, the ecmascriptmenu is the only one that makes sense to me, hope he gets his server fixed. the script seems to work with or without a doctype in IE6 firefox and safari. people always wonder why I try to make these type of scripts, I usually maintain long lists of links so I like to provide small previews(iframes that do not load until clicked) for each link, the best part is that IE firefox and safari react to it flawlessly unlike most other types of scripting, one script had an eval statement that gave me tons of trouble taking it out and the other script I took out a server sql proprietary call to a rowid for a table and made almost any html element be a target(a p tag for instance).
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