If you've used VSCode to edit HTML files, you may have noticed that it can, when formatting your code, annoyingly and somewhat arbitrarily insert newlines into your code to wrap your lines once they reach a certain length. I'm not a fan of this feature, and wanted to turn it off, but it wasn't immediately apparent what was causing the issue.
After a bit of digging, I found that it was due to the
html.format.wrapAttributes setting in VSCode. The default value for
auto, which instructs VSCode to wrap attributes when a certain line length is exceeded. The line length in this case is set by the
html.format.wrapLineLength setting. So, to turn off this feature, you just need to change that
wrapLineLength setting. I've found that setting it to
0 works well.
So, in short, if you want to turn off VSCode's HTML attribute wrapping, just go to your
settings.json and add:
I hope you found this blog post helpful.