How can I display JSON in an easy-to-read (for human readers) format? I'm looking primarily for indentation and whitespace, with perhaps even colors / font-styles / etc....
http://jsfiddle.net/JamesKyle/L4b8b/   This may be a futile effort, but I personally think its possible.  I'm not the best at Javascript or jQuery, however I think I have found a simple way of making a simple prettyprint for html.  There are f...
how to pretty print source code of common languages in browser html output with javascript?  I mean so that there is some indentation and code formatting. Currently i only got  http://alexgorbatchev.com/SyntaxHighlighter/  for coloring the syntax.  B...
http://jsfiddle.net/JamesKyle/L4b8b/   I am attempting to make an extremely simple prettyprint function with jQuery, but I do not know how to find elements, attributes, and values (shown in the jsfiddle).     I am trying to accomplish the followin...
I have to print out an input tag and a label without any space between the end of one tag and the start of the next... but I also want to pretty-print the rest of the document.  By default — with pretty printing turned on in Jade — I get the foll...
What's the best way to pretty-print xml in JavaScript? I obtain xml content through ajax call and before displaying this request in textarea i want to format it so it looks nice to the eye :)...
I'd like a JSON pretty printer that would recognize when an array or object fits on one line and just do that. Example:  {   "fits": ["JSON", "pretty", "printer"],   "longer": [     "???????????????????...
I'm looking to extend line highlighting on a pre tag using Google Prettify. This is what I have. I'm looking for a way to extend line highlighting as far as possible.  Thanks.    <html>   <head>     <link rel="stylesheet...
How can I automatically format JavaScript properly?  As an example, this:  (function(){(function(){alert('whatever')})()})()   Should become:  (function(){     (function(){         alert('whatever')     })() })()...
I am trying to prettyprint the value of <pre> element for which I will be getting either xml or JSON as string, so I am trying to get the value first and then test if it is xml or json and call respective prettyprint methods here is my code  .....

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