CSS word-wrap Property
The overflow-wrap CSS property is only applicable to inline elements, and it specifies whether the browser should insert line breaks within an otherwise unbreakable string to prevent text from overflowing its line box.
The property was originally a nonstandard and unprefixed Microsoft extension called word-wrap, and it was implemented with the same name by most browsers. It was later renamed overflow-wrap, with word-wrap serving as an alias.
|normal||Break words only at the permitted break points. This is the default setting.|
|break-word||Allows for the breaking of unbreakable words|
|initial||This property is set to its default value.|
|inherit||This property is inherited from its parent element.|
|Property||Chrome||Firefox||Safari||Edge / IE||Opera|