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Saffari browser does not support the html content on textarea

 
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hi. here i used jsf form & text area with this tag: <h:inputTextarea id="formtext" value="#{formmanager.optinForm.formContent}" cols="100" rows="10"/>
the value of this text area is html content.In that html content also having tags like <textarea></textarea> and some other tags&contents.So saffari browser parsing inner html content so outer textarea tag will end with close tag of the inner html content textarea end tag </textarea>.so i cant display remaining html content on text area.

can any one help me to solve this problem.
 
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Hi

You may try other browsers.

Liferay Portal tries to support any browser.
 
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Hi, I tried Internet Explorer, Opera, camino,Mozilla all browsers are working properly . saffari browser only problem.
 
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So you want to display the literal text "<textarea>" in the textarea? Have you tried escaping the angular brackets by their "&#...;" equivalents (which are &#060; and &#062;) ?
[ June 01, 2008: Message edited by: Ulf Dittmer ]
 
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I tried to escape those angular braces,but mozilla does not supporting that ascii vlues.Even i should show preview of inner html content what text area contain.can suggest some other way..
 
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