ulink.hyphenate — Allow URLs to be automatically hyphenated


<xsl:param name="ulink.hyphenate"></xsl:param>


If not empty, the specified character (or more generally, content) is added to URLs after every character included in the string in the ulink.hyphenate.chars parameter (default is /). If the character in this parameter is a Unicode soft hyphen (0x00AD) or Unicode zero-width space (0x200B), some FO processors will be able to reasonably hyphenate long URLs.

As of 28 Jan 2002, discretionary hyphens are more widely and correctly supported than zero-width spaces for this purpose.