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Old 03-11-2013, 05:31 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by Jellby View Post
It is generally a good idea to add some of those to chapter titles and similar elements. At the very least, I'd add:

hyphens: none; (CSS3 code, should work with ePub 3 books ?)
adobe-hyphenate; (Adobe-specific, works with most ebook readers)

others are probably more specific to certain readers. Hopefully, browser-based readers will support (maybe in some future) the CSS3 way in addition to their own codes...
I definitely would recommend the webkit variant, at a minimum, because iBooks supports it, but at least as of iOS 6, WebKit doesn't yet support the non-vendor-prefixed hyphens property, so unless iBooks is doing some magic, it probably doesn't, either.
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