Conditional Hyphenation HTML

July 2017






If you need to have a more precise presentation of your text (justified) in your webpage, you can use the hyphens:
You can put it in words to indicate to browsers that they can, if necessary, cut these words to where you put it.
When the browser will make the cut, a hyphen will be displayed and after the word sent to the line.
Otherwise, any dashes appear and the word will be seamless.
  • This character is named:

­
    • (contraction of "soft hyphen")
  • It's hexadecimal code is

­

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Published by jak58. Latest update on November 16, 2009 at 07:57 AM by deri58.
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