While the code is fairly straightforward, the textarea row is a great example of an element that has some pretty subtle quirks. If you’re looking to add rows to your textarea, check out this guide for best practices.
Check out this screen capture of textarea row code and notice how the first and last rows are automatically determined by the window height. This creates a problem for the user as they can’t be placed in between the first and last rows.
So, instead of letting the user do this, Google has now put the code into a template, which means that you can extend the rows by changing the `rowspans` property. This is great because once you’ve written your own rows it’s easy to reuse them.
In order to avoid any issues with Google making you change your code, you can override the rowspans property in your own code, but I think it’s a better idea to only have the rows in your template.
With these changes, the rows in your template can be animated by selecting a button, and it will show up in the header of your page. It will pop up a popup bar, which you can then edit in your table editor.
The only other way to implement this functionality is by using a custom HTML table editor. The table editor has all the columns of your template so you can override the rowspans property in your own code.
I’m not sure why textarea rows is a good idea, but its a good idea if you are using the table editor in your own template.
Because your template can be animated by selecting a button, it will show up in the header of your page. It will pop up a popup bar, which you can then edit in your own table editor.
So what the heck is going on in that popup bar? Well, it’s pretty simple really. The table editor editor is using the rowspans property so it can show which rows have content in them. By default the default is 0, so the popup is showing 1 row of content in that row. But you can change this to any number you like by using the rowspans property.
The other thing to note is that if you set the rowspans property to 1 to show a row, then your screen will show up in the header of the page instead of the rowspans property. This is the reason that the rowspans property will be displayed in the header of your page’s table editor.