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    2.1.0 • Public • Published

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    Trims text to max length around custom HTML tag

    Install

    $ yarn add @shelf/trim-around-tag
    

    Usage

    const {trimTextAroundTag} = require('@shelf/trim-around-tag');
    
    trimTextAroundTag({
      // Long text to trim around HTML tag
      // There is <em> text somewhere inside
      text: 'The storm was rapidly intensifying at the time, after the wind shear had decreased,[2] and the eye contracted to a diameter of 19 km (12 mi).[10] At 09:00 UTC on October 28, the IMD upgraded Nilofar further to an extremely severe cyclonic storm.[2][nb 1] Six hours later, the JTWC estimated peak 1-minute winds of 215 km/h (130 mph);[5] at the time, the agency anticipated further strengthening due to the favorable conditions and good organization.[12] At 18:00 UTC on October 28, the IMD estimated peak 3-minute winds of 205 km/h (125 mph).[2] At the time, it was the <em>third</em>-<em>strongest</em> storm on record in the Arabian Sea.[13] On October 29, Nilofar started weakening due to increased wind shear, and the convection diminished in intensity.[14] At the same time, the storm turned northeastward while rounding the ridge to the east.[15] Increasingly cooler and drier air, as well as cooler waters, caused the storm to degrade rapidly.[2] The eye, previously small and well defined, dissipated by 06:00 UTC on October 29.[16] Lateras well as cooler waters, caused the storm to degrade rapidly.[2] The eye, previously small and well defined, dissipated by 06:00 UTC on October 29.[16] Later',
      // Max length of chars to leave around HTML tag
      maxLengthAround: 200,
      // Max total length of resulting string
      maxTotalLength: 500,
      // HTML tag to trim text around
      tag: 'em',
      //(Optional) add '...' from cut side
      omission: '...',
    });
    //=> anticipated further strengthening due to the favorable conditions and good organization.[12] At 18:00 UTC on October 28, the IMD estimated peak 3-minute winds of 205 km/h (125 mph).[2] At the time, it was the <em>third</em>-<em>strongest</em> storm on record in the Arabian Sea.[13] On October 29, Nilofar started weakening due to increased wind shear, and the convection diminished in intensity.[14] At the same time, the storm turned northeastward
    It transforms this text:

    The storm was rapidly intensifying at the time, after the wind shear had decreased,[2] and the eye contracted to a diameter of 19 km (12 mi).[10] At 09:00 UTC on October 28, the IMD upgraded Nilofar further to an extremely severe cyclonic storm.[2][nb 1] Six hours later, the JTWC estimated peak 1-minute winds of 215 km/h (130 mph);[5] at the time, the agency anticipated further strengthening due to the favorable conditions and good organization.[12] At 18:00 UTC on October 28, the IMD estimated peak 3-minute winds of 205 km/h (125 mph).[2] At the time, it was the <em>third</em>-<em>strongest</em> storm on record in the Arabian Sea.[13] On October 29, Nilofar started weakening due to increased wind shear, and the convection diminished in intensity.[14] At the same time, the storm turned northeastward while rounding the ridge to the east.[15] Increasingly cooler and drier air, as well as cooler waters, caused the storm to degrade rapidly.[2] The eye, previously small and well defined, dissipated by 06:00 UTC on October 29.[16] Lateras well as cooler waters, caused the storm to degrade rapidly.[2] The eye, previously small and well defined, dissipated by 06:00 UTC on October 29.[16] Later

    Into this:

    ...further strengthening due to the favorable conditions and good organization.[12] At 18:00 UTC on October 28, the IMD estimated peak 3-minute winds of 205 km/h (125 mph).[2] At the time, it was the <em>third</em>-<em>strongest</em> storm on record in the Arabian Sea.[13] On October 29, Nilofar started weakening due to increased wind shear, and the convection diminished in intensity.[14] At the same time, the storm turned...

    Publish

    $ git checkout master
    $ yarn version
    $ yarn publish
    $ git push origin master --tags

    License

    MIT © Shelf

    Keywords

    none

    Install

    npm i @shelf/trim-around-tag

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    839

    Version

    2.1.0

    License

    MIT

    Unpacked Size

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    Total Files

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