This one is simple. You should just avoid having a long list of arguments by putting them on 2 lines with a tab (or 2 spaces) on the second line.
A good way of avoiding long list of argument is to put optional arguments in a hash. Suppose that the first two arguments are required and the other ones are optional. You could write something like this.
In jQuery, we often have to write a long chain of command. Here is how I write it to make it clearer.
When I was a brand new programmer, tabs were all the rage. The bigger your tab space, the better. I was using a 8 spaces tab length at the time. And those were hardcore tabs too, not pseudo-tabs created by adding spaces one after the other. The best programmers were even uselessly indenting some statements as in this :
These days, most editors have the “Insert spaces instead of tabs” and “Tab width” options. Look for them and do the following : 1. Check the box beside the “Insert spaces instead of tabs” 2. Write “2” inside the “Tab width”