[Wikipedia-l] Non-breaking space

Karen AKA Kajikit kaji at labyrinth.net.au
Sun Aug 11 23:31:05 UTC 2002

Matthew Woodcraft wrote:
> > What's the reason for including a non-breaking space in the Wikipedia
> > article? That's not snideness: it's key to the answer.
> I was looking at some of the music articles, where breaking something like A C
> E over two lines looks very bad.
> But   does look nasty in the source - do you think it would put
> people off from editing?

I'd suggest just putting a <BR> before the string that you want to keep
together so that it starts out on a fresh line and has plenty of space
to fit itself in together... that's how I'd do it anyway. 


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