I'm struggling with styling HTML inside a textareafield. I'm using the example code in the documentation and altered it a bit:
As you can see I set the value with content that contains some HTML tags. Together with the 'styleHtmlContent' config value I expect the word 'is' to be italic when I run the program. Unfortunately this doesn't happen. Also, setting styleHtmlContent to false doesn't seem to work as well, it really doesn't seem to matter what I fill in, boolean, a string or even null seem to render the value in the same way. As soon as I remove the 'styleHtmlContent' completely from the config it will render as usual.
title: 'About you',
value: 'this <i>is</i> an example'
When I set the config option 'html' to a string with some HTML tags the strings is rendered correctly, though the string is visible under the actual value of the of the component. That means if you have a value set to 'this is an example text' and the html set to 'this is <i>some</i> HTML', they would render both. and it looks kinda weird.
Is it possible to set the value and render it as HTML? If the answer to this question is 'yes', then my next question is how? I've tested with both the 2.1.1 stable release and the 2.2.0 release candidate, both give the same output.
Thanks for any help !