You seem to be mixing up two different types of input: a textbox and a textarea box. Which one do you want to use? You could do it both ways. The textbox allows for input of one variable at a time. "g0dzuki99" has suggested one way.
Using tooltips in form fields. Here you can see a tooltip when you put your focus on any of the following form fields. You can move between fields with your keyboard (using the TAB key) or with your mouse.
Formatting text in Dreamweaver is similar to using a standard word processor. You can set default formatting styles (Paragraph, Heading 1, Heading 2, and so on) for a block of text, change the font, size, color, and alignment of selected text, or apply text styles such as bold, italic, code (monospace), and underline.Turf universel
Dear friends, Can You all Help me?? How i make this?? When I Click on Button, Text area Font will change to BOLD, or ITALIC Thanks, Rinto H Sep 06, 2017 · :placeholder-shown, being a pseudo-class, has to select an existing element - it selects the input whenever you're in the placeholder-showing state. The ::placeholder pseudo-element wraps the actual placeholder text. Element or Class? This functionality is not standardized. That means that every browser has a different idea on how it should work.