HTML and CSS Reference
<wbr> (XHTML: <wbr/> or <wbr /> )
Not in HTML 4.01 . Represents a line break opportunity within a word, allowing the author
to instruct at which point a long word should optimally break. The line will only break at the
location of the wbr element if it needs to.
Flow content, phrasing content
Where phrasing content is expected
This is an empty (void) element, meaning it has only a start tag and may not have any con-
tents. In HTML, the end tag is forbidden. In XHTML, the element must be closed with a
trailing slash ( <wbr/> or <wbr /> ).
HTML5 Global Attributes
<p>The biggest word you've ever heard & this is how it goes:
<em>supercali <wbr> fragilistic <wbr> expialidocious</em>!</p>