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That seems rather like a limitation of web tech than anything else. You do not get very much control over hyphenation on the web. (Also note that dynamic hyphenation is necessary here since the layout reacts to brwoser width changes.)

Correct, although CSS 3 does offer something to that effect: http://dev.w3.org/csswg/css-text/#hyphenation

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