No Break

Support Key: [2|3|3.2|4] [X1|X1.1] [IE1|M|N1|O2.1]
What is it?
Tag Example
Parent/Content Model
Tips & Tricks
Browser Peculiarities
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Standards Details:
XHTML Modules:
CSS 'display' Type:
CSS Mapping:
white-space: nowrap
Default Rendering:
Content does not wrap to the viewport/parent element
Official Docs:
Netscape's "Extensions to HTML 2.0"

What is it?
The NOBR element indicates to the browser that all contents within its boundaries will not have linebreaks inserted. This behavior overrides the default line-wrapping mechanism that is intrinsic to HTML and can yield odd visual results for long runs of content.

Common Attributes
[2|3|3.2|4] [X1|X1.1] [IE3|M|N4B2|O3.5]
[2|3|3.2|4] [X1|X1.1] [IE4B1|M|N6|O5]
[2|3|3.2|4] [X1|X1.1] [IE4B1|M|N6B1|O4]
[2|3|3.2|4] [X1|X1.1] [IE4|M|N|O]
[2|3|3.2|4] [X1|X1.1] [IE5.5|M|N|O]
Markup example and Tests
<nobr>This is a run of nobreak text to be used as an example</nobr>
Parent Model
%In-line Parent% | %Block Parent%
Content Model
%In-line Content%
Tips & Tricks Browser Peculiarities
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