I want to wrap every function call with some logging code.  Something that would produce output like:  func1(param1, param2) func2(param1) func3() func4(param1, param2)   Ideally, I would like an API of the form:  function globalBefore(func); functio...
I have legibly long text in a drop-down list on my asp.net page. it violates the UI boundary and goes beyond the allocated region of UI.  Is there anyway I can wrap [not trim] it using CSS or javascript ? I must display the entire string, no matter h...
Subject  I have a text-box that hides overflowing text with ellipsis. Only one line is visible.  I accomplished this using text-overflow and white-space: nowrap. The element has a fixed height value.  When tapped/clicked the box should smoothly expan...
So I have a <div></div>. I want to know how much (in length) of a string will fit in it before it wraps to the next line. The script should take into account the width of the element (real clientWidth), the left and right margins, and the...
I am working on JointJS. I have various elements with text in it. However the element's width increases with increase in text. I want to dynamically set the size of element such that there is a maximum height and width that the box can attain and...
I have an issue in word wrapping in CSS. I have a td where I have defined width as 300px. I have a url inside the td like   http://www.abc.com/testing/testdata/testurl/test/testing.html   When I use word-wrap: break-word, the text is wrapping as   ht...
Using the following plugin and code you could wrap text where there is \n :  Snap.plugin(function (Snap, Element, Paper, glob) {     Paper.prototype.multitext = function (x, y, txt) {         txt = txt.split("\n");         var t = this.text(x...
I have a load of fixed width divs inside a dynamic width div. The fixed divs all go next to each other and eventually wrap. What I want is to detect if one div ends up on a line on it's own. The only way I can think of for doing this is detectin...
Let's say I have the sentence:  Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit.   inside a <p> tag. I would like to somehow use javascript to create an element around the word amet, e.g.:  Lorem ipsum dolor sit <span>amet<...
I have created a node-tree using D3 and would like to understand how to wrap texts that are too long.    nodeUpdate.select("text")       .text(function(d) {         if(d.name == "root"){             return "";         } else {...

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