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Servername in Markdown tables wrap when they shouldn't. #216

sadsfae opened this Issue Mar 13, 2019 · 1 comment


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sadsfae commented Mar 13, 2019

There's a front-end issue with Webkit-based browsers like Chrome, Brave, Safari in that they ignore the CSS word-break directive, but browsers using Gecko honor this.


.site-content {
       word-wrap: normal;
       word-break: keep-all;

Still makes longer hostnames wrap.

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Webkit ignores word-break CSS, extend wiki table.
Browsers that use Webkit like Google Chrome, Safari, do not properly
honor the word-break CSS attribute that we use to ensure long hostnames
are not wrapped. e.g.

.site-content {
       word-wrap: normal;
       word-break: keep-all;

A pragmatic fix to this is ensure our Markdown table column titles are
at least as long as our longest, unbroken string of text.

e.g. replacing ServerHostname with ServerHostnamePublic seems to do the

fixes: #216

Change-Id: I9a20902dd8801b1b91847d0b019f2f807eef2553

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sadsfae commented Mar 13, 2019

This is resolved.

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