How many times have you had to add a big URL into a tiny space and, well, despaired? Take a look at http://rwd.education/code/example_05-04. The problem can also be seen in the following screenshot; notice that the URL is breaking out of its allocated space.
It's easy to fix this issue with a simple CSS3 declaration, which as chance would have it, also works in older versions of Internet Explorer as far back as 5.5! Just add:
to the containing element, which gives an effect as shown in the following screenshot.