The TextArea Form element allows you to provide users a way to add multiple lines of text to an input field.

This gives you more versatility in creating forms on your ClickFunnels pages.

Please read through this article to understand the options that are available for the TextArea Form element.

1) Element Name: The element name allows you to use a custom designation for your element. This is helpful for identifying the element in the list of elements on the page.

2) Element ID: The Element ID is automatically assigned when the element is created. This cannot be changed.

3) Visibility Settings: Select whether the element will display on All Devices, Desktop Only, or Mobile Only.

4) Margin Top: Use this setting to designate the amount of space at the top of the element.

5) Input Type*: Make sure that this is set to Custom Type. This is important. This is the only option available for this element.

6) Custom Type*: This field must also be completed. Please only use letters and numbers to identify this field.

7) Please note that only letters and numbers should be used to identify your custom field.


8) Placeholder Text: Use this field to designate the placeholder text for your element.

9) Required: Toggle whether or not this field will be required for users who complete the form.

10) Size: Designate the size of the field.

11) Style: Select the style for your Dropdown Menu.

12) Height: Select the height of the TextArea Form element. The Default height is 70px. You can also select 100px, 150px, or 225px.

13) Font: Select the font for your Dropdown Menu text.

14) Font Weight: Select the font weight for the text. You can choose between Bold and Normal.


15) Corners: Select whether your dropdown menu will have round or square corners.

16) BG Color: Choose the BG Color for your dropdown menu.

17) Text Align: Choose to which direction the text will be aligned in this field.

18), 19), 20) Timed Delay: Use these settings to set a time delay entry for your element.

21), 22), 23) Animations: Use these settings to make your element animated when the page loads or on scrolling to the element.

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