I forgot how to line break...
Apparently.. cause I don't remember how to line break in divs.
First I thought it was setting a width. and then padding it. that didnt work, so I guess I need someone who has a better memory. -_-
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=UTF-8" />
margin: 0px auto;
<div class="wrapper"><div class="container">fdsfdsfdsfdsfdsfdsfdsfdsfdsfdsfdsfdsfdsfdsfdsfdsfdsfdsfdsfdsfdsfdsfdsfdsfdsfdsfdsfdsfdsfdsfdsfdsfdsfdsfdsfdsfdsfdsfdsfdsfdsfdsfdsfdsfdsfdsfdsfdsfdsfdsfdsfds</div></div>
Thats it. Long random text, and it doesn't do it anymore. did firefox fuck up or is it just me. *!**!**!*
As far as I know if it is a continuous string, you need to break it programmatically. CSS (or the browser) only breaks it if there is a white space.
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