My computer program automatically divides web addresses and inserts the continuation indicator. Often there are empty spaces at the end of a line. I was told that a web address may be divided anywhere--even within a word. In other words, one would insert the continuation symbol in cells 39 and 40 even if that came within a word. Is this correct?
Although nothing in Computer Braille Code prohibits us from dividing a line of notation within a word, the recommendation is to divide at a logical point, keeping in mind the readability of your transcription. A logical place might be following a punctuation mark or a symbol such as a backslash or tilde. A division within a word should probably be done between syllables for readability, but again there is nothing to prohibit dividing at any place within the word. You may not divide between cells of a multi-cell sign (such as a Caps lock) or immediately following a begin CBC symbol or preceding the end CBC symbol.