word-spacing IE 4(Mac)/6(Win) NN n/a Moz all Saf all Op all CSS 1
Sets the spacing between words when the text is not under external word-spacing constraints (e.g., an align property set to justify ). IE 5 for Macintosh may exhibit overlap problems with the word-spacing of elements nested inside the one being controlled.
word-spacing: length | normal
A value of normal lets the browser handle word spacing according to its rendering calculations. See the discussion about length values at the beginning of this chapter.
word-wrap IE 5.5 NN n/a Moz n/a Saf 1.3/2 Op n/a CSS n/a
Specifies word-wrapping style for block-level, specifically-sized inline, or positioned elements. If a single word (i.e., without any whitespace) extends beyond the width of the element containing box, the normal behavior is to extend the content beyond the normal box width, without breaking. But with the value of break-word , you can force the long word to break at whatever character position occurs at the edge of the box.
Value One of the constant values: break-word | normal.
Initial Value normal
Applies To Block-level, sized inline, and positioned elements .