You can use the
maxlength attribute (which is very well-supported across different browsers) on the HTML
<textarea> element to limit the maximum number of characters that a user can enter. For example:
This would limit the input in the
<textarea> element to a maximum of
10 characters (as UTF-16 code units).
Please note that if no
maxlength is set on the
<textarea> element, or a non-positive integer value is set, then no maximum input is enforced.
This post was published by Daniyal Hamid. Daniyal currently works as the Head of Engineering in Germany and has 20+ years of experience in software engineering, design and marketing. Please show your love and support by sharing this post.