- Element of
- Fonts and Web Typography
- What does
- The <nobr> element identifies text that should not be allowed to break into multiple lines which can force users to scroll horizontally to view the content. This element is obsolete and should be used.
- Null element
- This element must not contain any content, and does not need a closing tag.
<nobr> element was designed to stop text breaking onto a new line. It is not widely implemented and may cause unexpected results. Although it is not officially deprecated, it is not recommended. Use CSS to achieve the same result.
Browser Support for nobr
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