Bad typography on the Web doesn't exactly kill people (even if it is believed to be 95% of what web design is) but it can still make widows - typographic widows, that is. To quote Shaun Inman:

For those who don’t know, in typesetting, a widow is a single word on a line by itself at the end of a paragraph and is considered bad style.

Compare these:

This is a widow
Now with Widon't!

Helping website owners to fix the most frequent errors automagically will hopefully make online texts more readable and stylish as well. Mr. Inman came up with a simple yet perfectly working solution: replace the regular whitespace between last two words of a title with a non-breaking space (i.e.   entity) - and released it in a form of an easy-to-use Wordpress plugin. It is now also ported for Movable Type, Expression Engine, Textpattern etc.

Today I make Widon't available for Symphony and other XML/XSLT-based engines via an XSL template. Read on for full source.