Managing hyphenation with CSS - comments Managing hyphenation with CSS 2015-03-11T00:40:46Z https://openweb.eu.org/articles/managing-hyphenation-with-css#comment2687 2015-03-11T00:40:46Z <p>This property : <code class="spip_code" dir="ltr">-o-hyphens: auto;</code> isn't an actually real thus is just a wasted line of code.</p> Managing hyphenation with CSS 2015-01-07T10:43:15Z https://openweb.eu.org/articles/managing-hyphenation-with-css#comment2639 2015-01-07T10:43:15Z <p>@Sherwood : you're right, there was a mistake in the article, I'm correcting it right now. Thanks a lot. :)</p> Managing hyphenation with CSS 2015-01-02T06:45:10Z https://openweb.eu.org/articles/managing-hyphenation-with-css#comment2635 2015-01-02T06:45:10Z <p>There is some ambiguity above as to whether chrome's implementation is</p> <div style="text-align: left;" class="spip_code" dir="ltr"><code>word-break: break-word</code></div> <p>or</p> <div style="text-align: left;" class="spip_code" dir="ltr"><code>word-wrap: break-word.</code></div> <p>Neither one works for Chrome as of this writing.</p> Managing hyphenation with CSS 2014-08-15T08:35:49Z https://openweb.eu.org/articles/managing-hyphenation-with-css#comment2526 2014-08-15T08:35:49Z <p>An interesting comment on french version of this article : it seems that "soft hyphen" is not ignored on some screen readers, words are cut and could be very difficult to understand. So : avoid using it !</p> <p>It seems that new mechanisms provided by CSS3 don't have these problems.</p>