Wrap Long Links with CSS
Developers have loads to think about when creative websites, and much of that is ensuring child elements don't stretch past the parent width. We worry about images, IFRAMEs, and other popular elements pushing past their parent width, but then we see a basic link with a long URL and we look down, just shaking our heads. Why doesn't the URL just break?
To prevent that issue, you can apply the following CSS:
Should this be a global setting for
A elements, or simply something that we as developers should set? Surely this is an annoyance we shouldn't have to deal with, right?
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