Modern browsers can use invisible characters, known as Soft Hyphens (aka
­), to wrap long words on the end of a line.
Hyphens are enabled by default in all browsers. To disable them, add
hyphens:none into CSS style. Use
hyphens:manual to enable them again in child elements.
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Uses JS library Hyphenator by Mathias Nater which is based on TeX hyphenation algorithm by Franklin M. Liangs and used in OpenOffice and other open-source projects.
The hyphenation library may not be 100% accurate and may add hyphen in place where it does not belong.
This may happen especially in words that look like a combination of two words but actually are not
(e.g. word legend will be hyphenated as
leg-end instead of
Should you need to hyphenate texts already displayed on your page you can include the Mathias Nater's Hyphenator.js into your page and it will hyphenate the texts based on language defined for the page or each text.