How to fix the text inside of cells behaves differently in IE as opposed to Chrome?
Immediately apologize for all the excess, copied straight from the site.

Now here's the problem, if so to say the contraction table in Chrome its contents is transferred down the so-called transfer lines.
That's just smart chrome, there is a cell
solar+lithium battery

he breaks not on 2 lines, but 3!! That is, for his characters is not a hindrance.

In the end, the table can be pulled up to about 540px!

In IE I have this problem that he can't do (or maybe can I don't really know what the problem is, this assumption).
And in the end, IE the minimum table width of about 1000px and that's a lot!!

Please help, what's the problem I don't understand.

Open the jsfiddle in chrome and IE and see for yourself
September 26th 19 at 07:33
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September 26th 19 at 07:35
There are symbols optional newline
Can try. But one of them (space with zero width) works fine (checked in ff, chrome, ie10):
But from the point of view of typography Your record is incorrect, you can not "+" words to write, the kind of spaces necessary plus the framing or to write solar-lithium or solar and lithium.
In short, this information is for reflection, the question I answered :)
Thanks, but I know that, but unfortunately it is not clear whether it is possible to do in IE all the same as in other normal brasero. Is there a way without changing the content, using styles? - Boyd.McGly commented on September 26th 19 at 07:38
the problem is not only in ie, in ff the same thing, and it's serious.
Why not the content? I understand that people are worried that the Manager will insert the desired character will be a similar problem? Perhaps in this case it is necessary to write on the server or client script and foresee all possible cases?
Article help - Luella_Nolan commented on September 26th 19 at 07:41
In General, thanks I understand) Just the problem is that I am a designer, and digging through the code, no one will. Well, the user will not strain.
Oh, and I did not even notice how Firefox has betrayed me T_T. Perhaps this will set in some places, ordinary spaces, and through mediastyle/hacks for Firefox and IE ask the hard shift. - Boyd.McGly commented on September 26th 19 at 07:44
well, for such cases, and there is js. Create a simple js script to check all the tables, checked certain (for example, give the table some class). Checking these tables, even watching the contents of the cells, and, if the contents are too long words, let inserts hyphens. Or, if these cases are not many (e.g. only the situation with "+", then let him seek only these cases. Everything can be solved with regular expressions. I'm not good in these, most likely nothing complicated. I can advise to ask a question without any of these tables, as for example: "In the table cells there are words written using "+" how do I add the plus sign to a symbol (space with zero width) by js".
If you take the trouble to draw up a short table with an example in a moment to answer. - Luella_Nolan commented on September 26th 19 at 07:47

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