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[HELP] Text not saving within input fields


Edited 1420987240
Hi guys, I have made my own custom character sheet and having been messing with an inventory/bag system, just simple HTML table with inputs.But when using this sheet in a live game, the "textbox" does not save any text when you close the character sheet. I can't seem to find the problem with my code. (sorry if my formatting is ugly) .sheet-VItext { text-align: center; color: white; } <div class='VItext'> Vehicle Inventory<br><br> <table border='0' style="width: 100%"> <tr> <td align='center'> Quanity<br><input type='number' name='attr_quan'></td><td align='center'> Item<input type='textarea' style='width: 100%' name='vitem'></td><td Align='center'> Weight<br><input type='number' name="attr_weight"></td> </tr> <tr> <td align='center'> <input type='number' name='attr_quan1'></td><td align='center'> <input type='textarea' style='width: 100%' name='vitem1'></td><td Align='center'> <input type='number' name="attr_weight1"></td> </tr> <tr> <td align='center'> <input type='number' name='attr_quan2'></td><td align='center'> <input type='textarea' style='width: 100%' name='vitem2'></td><td Align='center'> <input type='number' name="attr_weight2"></td> </tr> <tr> <td align='center'> <input type='number' name='attr_quan3'></td><td align='center'> <input type='textarea' style='width: 100%' name='vitem3'></td><td Align='center'> <input type='number' name="attr_weight3"></td> </tr> <tr> <td align='center'> <input type='number' name='attr_quan4'></td><td align='center'> <input type='textarea' style='width: 100%' name='vitem4'></td><td Align='center'> <input type='number' name="attr_weight4"></td> </tr> <tr> <td align='center'> <input type='number' name='attr_quan5'></td><td align='center'> <input type='textarea' style='width: 100%' name='vitem5'></td><td Align='center'> <input type='number' name="attr_weight5"></td> </tr> <tr> <td align='center'> <input type='number' name='attr_quan6'></td><td align='center'> <input type='textarea' style='width: 100%' name='vitem6'></td><td Align='center'> <input type='number' name="attr_weight6"></td> </tr> <tr> <td align='center'> <input type='number' name='attr_quan7'></td><td align='center'> <input type='textarea' style='width: 100%' name='vitem7'></td><td Align='center'> <input type='number' name="attr_weight6"></td> </tr> <tr> <td align='center'> <input type='number' name='attr_quan8'></td><td align='center'> <input type='textarea' style='width: 100%' name='vitem8'></td><td Align='center'> <input type='number' name="attr_weight7"></td> </tr> <tr> <td align='center'> <input type='number' name='attr_quan9'></td><td align='center'> <input type='textarea' style='width: 100%' name='vitem9'></td><td Align='center'> <input type='number' name="attr_weight9"></td> </tr> <tr> <td align='center'> <input type='number' name='attr_quan0'></td><td align='center'> <input type='textarea' style='width: 100%' name='vitem0'></td><td Align='center'> <input type='number' name="attr_weight0"></td> </tr> </table> </div>
Sheet Author
Compendium Curator
All fields need names that begin with attr_. For examle,most of your textarea tags have names like "vitem0", just change that to attr_vitem0 and you should be fine.

Edited 1420989972
Coal Powered Puppet
Sheet Author
Each of you textareas is the name="vitem#". Add "attr_" to the name, as this is how roll20 remembers things. So, add the bold part: input type='textarea' style='width: 100%' name=' attr_ vitem1' That should fix it. On a side-note, this the first time I ever (thought) I knew the answer to some one's question. I feel like Captain America getting the flying monkey reference. Edit: ...and G.V. beat me by a hair. Or 15 minutes, give or take.
Oh man, feel like an idiot now. I knew it was something simple
If it helps...its always something simple. Usually, the simpler it is, the completely it stumps everyone . A complex problem can be solved in moments. A misplaced parenthesis can take days to figure out. And heaven help you if you added/subtracted a period some where.
Yeh. Thanks for the help again guys, I really appreciate it. I will post my finished product up eventually.