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pangu.js - 為什麼你們就是不能加個空格呢?

  •    Javascript

Paranoid text spacing for good readability, to automatically insert whitespace between CJK (Chinese, Japanese, Korean) and half-width characters (alphabetical letters, numerical digits and symbols).

restricted-input - Restrict <input>s to certain valid characters (e

  •    Javascript

Allow restricted character sets in input elements. Try the latest version of Restricted Input here.

css-spaces - A simple CSS spacing library for margins, paddings, widths, heights and more

  •    CSS

Many libraries try to do everything: sizes, typography, buttons, grid, helpers. CSS Spaces concentrates on one thing only: some classes to add spaces between elements. Use it with whatever framework or library you like. Add classes to create paddings and margins.

postcss-vertical-rhythm - A PostCSS plugin to create a custom vertical rhythm unit from the base font-size and line-height

  •    Javascript

A PostCSS plugin to create a custom vertical rhythm unit from the base font-size and line-height. See PostCSS docs for examples for your environment.




postcss-verthorz - PostCSS plugin to add vertical and horizontal spacing rules

  •    Javascript

PostCSS plugin to add vertical and horizontal spacing shorthand. See PostCSS docs for examples for your environment.

pangu.node - [DEPRECATION] Spacing texts in Node.js → see pangu.js

  •    Javascript

Copyright (c) 2014 Huei Tan. Licensed under the MIT license.

css-box-model - Get accurate and well named css box model information about an Element 📦

  •    Javascript

Get accurate and well named CSS Box Model information about a Element. Any time you are using Element.getBoundingClientRect() you might want to consider using css-box-model instead to get more detailed box model information.

atom-pangu - Adding space between Chinese/Japanese/Korean and English characters to file in Atom

  •    CoffeeScript

Pangu is a plugin for adding space between Chinese/Japanese/Korean and English characters to file in Atom.io editor. Alternatively, if you are a git user, you can install the package and keep up to date by cloning the repo directly into your ~/.atom/packages directory.