CKEditor uses Magic to replace <textarea> elements with a bunch of Magic (iframes, etc), which seems to prevent use of "required" in the <textarea> element's tag from actually requiring the element.
I am sure there's a way to do this, but I'd prefer to not write a Ghetto Hack. Is there a way to do this that is built into CKEditor (or at least something that is reasonably easy to do)?
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If you want to make it required on the server-side, see this thread.
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