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Faking a placeholder Attribute for an Editable div, and Some CSS Tricks

Craig Stuntz's Weblog – HTML input elements have a placeholder attribute which you can use to show a bit of text to prompt the end user. Although you can make an editable div by using the contenteditable attribute, it will not support the placeholder attribute. I needed to do both, so I ended up reinventing the placeholder attribute for editable divs. Here’s how I did it. I wanted the "placeholder" in the editable div to behave as much as possible like a "real" placeholder in an input element. So I started by making a list of requirements: The placeholder text should cosmetically resemble an input’s ...
Favorite? Off-Topic? Craig Stuntz @ 2013-01-29 18:01

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