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  • #3801

    Roberto Porcar
    Participant

    Hello, I found this minor issue:

    #main-content, #sidebars
    {
    word-break: break-word;
    }

    break-word seems to be a word-wrap value.

    valid word-break values are: normal|break-all|keep-all and inherit (i think).

    line 246, from style.css

    maybe it should be word-wrap: break-word; ?

    #3803

    benjamin
    Participant

    I think it can be EITHER:

    #main-content, #sidebars { word-break: normal; //or break-all | keep-all }

    OR

    #main-content, #sidebars { word-wrap: break-word; //or normal }

    #3802

    sdavis2702
    Keymaster
    Post count: 72

    Good catch, guys. Here’s what happened.

    word-break: break-word; is definitely a mistake. In Volatyl, it’s found on line 246. There, it targets #main-content and #sidebars.

    That’s definitely incorrect but here’s why it didn’t break anything.

    1. #main-content didn’t even need it. That was possibly me experimenting in the CSS and simply forgetting to go back and delete it.
    2. #sidebars gets the correct property and value later on at line 820. So that picked up line 246’s incorrect property and value for the sidebars.

    What I’m going to do is delete the entire CSS rule that you pointed out:

    #main-content,
    #sidebars {
    	word-wrap: break-word;
    }
    

    Because nothing is broken, though, I’ll wait to push this out with the next update.

    Good catch and thank you both for looking into it and posting!

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