Line Clampin' (Truncating Multiple Line Text) You want X lines of text. Anything after that, gracefully cut off. That's line clamping and it is a perfectly legit desire. When you can count on text being a certain number of lines, you can create stronger and more reliable grids from the elements that contain that text, as well as. Confirmation Dialog Box. A confirmation dialog box is mostly used to take user's consent on any option. It displays a dialog box with two buttons: OK and Cancel. If the user clicks on the OK button, the window method confirm() will return true. If the user clicks on the Cancel button, then confirm() returns false. You can use a confirmation dialog box as follows
\N Never Matches Line Breaks. Perl 5.12 and PCRE 8.10 introduced \N which matches any single character that is not a line break, just like the dot does. Unlike the dot, \N is not affected by single-line mode. (? s) \N. turns on single-line mode and then matches any character that is not a line break followed by any character regardless of whether it is a line break 2: lineCap [ = value ] This property returns the current line cap style and can be set, to change the line cap style. The possible line cap styles are butt, round, and square. 3: lineJoin [ = value ] This property returns the current line join style and can be set, to change the line join style. The possible line join styles are bevel, round.
Item 2; Item 3; The type attribute offers a few more options in ordered lists compared to bulleted ones. A bit more guidance on this can be obtained at W3Schools. Starting an Ordered List On A Different Number. Say you were putting together some instructions to build a table. You may want to use a numbered list to achieve this Using requestAnimationFrame. Let's imagine we have several animations running simultaneously. If we run them separately, then even though each one has setInterval(..., 20), then the browser would have to repaint much more often than every 20ms.. That's because they have different starting time, so every 20ms differs between different animations