I’m editing a <textarea> with JavaScript. The problem is that when I make line breaks in it, they won’t display. How can I do this?  I’m getting the value to write a function, but it won’t give line breaks....
is it possible to have jQuery/javascript detect where a string is broken (in order to fit into CSS width constraints) so as to insert DOM elements before the beginning of a new line?...
I'm having jQuery take some textarea content and insert it into an li.  I want it to visually retain the line breaks.  There must be a really simple way to do this......
What is the best way to check the text area value for line breaks and then calculate the number of occurrences, if any?  I have a text area on a form on my webpage. I am using JavaScript to grab the value of the text area and then checking its length...
The "\n" does not work in below code, it's just displayed as "\n"  if (!window.confirm(XXXXX.Globalization.LocalResource.InvalidUrl)) {     return false; }   the string is "Invalid URL! \n Are you sure you want to continue?...
I have different sentences which all have double quotes in them, like:  <h3 class="myClass">Sentence one "ends like this"</h3> <h3 class="myClass">Sentence two"ends like that"</h3> <h3 class=...
I've seen a few responses to this question but the suggestions did not solve my output issue. A form takes input and prints to the webpage like so:   function init() { var div = document.createElement("div");     div.id = "output"...
I add this code into my php footer: When I use the same syntax in an HTML document everything works well for me.     <body>     ...          <script type="text/javascript">               // Browser detection         function check...
I have my google line chart which looks something like this:  10|                        .   |            .....----''' ''--. 09| .-----'''''                  ''-   |                                 '...
I have preformatted strings with line-breaks and multi-spaces and I want to append them into a text node.  <pre id="bar"></pre>  <script>    var string = "Preformatted"                 + "\n"  // \r, \r\n, \n...

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