Nap Nap - 1 year ago 88
CSS Question

What is the difference between "word-break: break-all" versus "word-wrap: break-word" in CSS

I am currently wondering what is the difference between the two. When I used both they seem to break the word if it is not fitting the container. But why did W3C made two ways to do it?

Answer Source

The W3 specification that talks about these seem to suggest that word-break: break-all is for requiring a particular behaviour with CJK (Chinese, Japanese, and Korean) text, whereas word-wrap: break-word is the more general, non-CJK-aware, behaviour.