ulink.hyphenate.chars — List of characters to allow ulink URLs to be automatically hyphenated on


<xsl:param name="ulink.hyphenate.chars">/</xsl:param>


If the ulink.hyphenate parameter is not empty, then hyphenation of ulinks is turned on, and any character contained in this parameter is treated as an allowable hyphenation point. This and ulink.hyphenate work together, one is pointless without the other being set to a non-empty value

The default value is /, but the parameter could be customized to contain other URL characters, as for example:

<xsl:param name="ulink.hyphenate.chars">:/@&?.#</xsl:param>