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Comment web input

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Syntax

<txp:comment_web_input />

The comment_web_input tag is a single tag which is used to display a text entry field to accept the commenter’s domain name. Used in the comment input form template.

Attributes

Tag will accept the following attributes (case-sensitive) as well as the global attributes :

aria_label="text" v4.7.2+
HTML aria-label attribute to be applied to HTML form text input field.
Default: unset.
placeholder="text" v4.7.2+
HTML placeholder attribute to be applied to HTML form text input field.
Default: http(s)://.
size="integer" v4.6.0+
HTML size attribute to be applied to the HTML form text input field.
Default: 25.

Examples

Example 1: Comment form

<p>
    Name (required)<br>
    <txp:comment_name_input />
</p>
<p>
    Email (required)<br>
    <txp:comment_email_input />
</p>
<p>
    Website<br>
    <txp:comment_web_input />
</p>
<p>
    <txp:comment_remember />
</p>
<p>
    Message (required)<br>
    <txp:comment_message_input /><br>
    <txp:comments_help />
</p>
<p>
    <txp:comment_preview />
    <txp:comment_submit />
</p>

Other tags used: comment_email_input, comments_help, comment_message_input, comment_name_input, comment_preview, comment_remember, comment_submit.

Example 2: Minimal comment form without labels (but still accessible)

<p>
    <txp:comment_name_input aria_label="Your name" placeholder="Name"/>
</p>
<p>
    <txp:comment_email_input aria_label="Your email address" placeholder="Email"/>
</p>
<p>
    <txp:comment_web_input aria_label="Your website URL" placeholder="Website (http(s)://)"/>
</p>
<p>
    <txp:comment_message_input aria_label="Your message" placeholder="Your message"/>
</p>
<p>
    <txp:comment_preview />
    <txp:comment_submit />
</p>

Other tags used: comment_email_input, comment_message_input, comment_name_input, comment_preview, comment_submit.

Genealogy

Version 4.7.2

aria_label and placeholder attributes added.

Version 4.6.0

size attribute added (replaces functionality of deprecated isize attribute in comments_form tag).

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