How do I set a box (an HTML DIV) to only display part of the text in it, WITHOUT cutting off letters vertically?
The contents include a <h2> and often an unordered list (a <ul>) with <li>s. I only want to show the
text that will fit in a box, cutting off everything lower than the set height of the box.
Note that there is no way of reliably predicting what the text will be.
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