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Unbroken words are typically broken/forced to wrap when they grow longer than a line:

LoremipsumdolorsitametconsecteturadipisicingelitseddoeiusmodtemporincididuntutlaboreetdoloremagnaaliquaUtenimadminimveniamquisnostrudexercitationullamcolaborisnisiutaliquipexeacommodoconsequatDuisauteiruredolorinreprehenderitinvoluptatevelitessecillumdoloreeufugiatnullapariaturExcepteursintoccaecatcupidatatnonproidentsuntinculpaquiofficiadeseruntmollitanimidestlaborum

This declaration (p { word-wrap: break-word; }) isn't applied to headings; they can overflow:

H1_Loremipsumdolorsitametconsecteturadipisicingelitseddoeiusmodtemporincididuntutlaboreetdolor...

H2_LoremipsumdolorsitametconsecteturadipisicingelitseddoeiusmodtemporincididuntutlaboreetdoloremagnaaliquaU...

H3_LoremipsumdolorsitametconsecteturadipisicingelitseddoeiusmodtemporincididuntutlaboreetdoloremagnaaliquaUtenimadminimveniamquisnostrud...

H4_unparagraphed_what_is_this_LoremipsumdolorsitametconsecteturadipisicingelitseddoeiusmodtemporincididuntutlaboreetdoloremagnaaliquaUtenimadminimvenia... H5_actually_rendered_as_just_unparagraphed_LoremipsumdolorsitametconsecteturadipisicingelitseddoeiusmodtemporincididuntutlaboreetdoloremagnaaliquaUtenin... H6_likewise_LoremipsumdolorsitametconsecteturadipisicingelitseddoeiusmodtemporincididuntutlaboreetdoloremagnaaliquaUtenimadminimveniamquisnostrudexercit...
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This appears to have been implemented now as the headings in the question now wrap.

.h1 through .h6 all have word-wrap: break-word applied.

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