3 Problems You Can Solve by Applying No Language to Text
Every once in a while you might have some special text in your documents that you want to treat differently from the rest. Maybe it’s something that you never want to hyphenate, like a brand name or a URL. Or a passage with lots of words you don’t want to be flagged in a spell check. Or maybe you’re writing something with computer code where inDesign’s smart quotes feature will insert the wrong characters. In all these cases you can apply No Language to the text to solve the problem.
Note that in the case of URLs, if InDesign is not breaking them the way you’d like, you can address the problem with a GREP style. See Caleb Clauset’s InDesign Magazine article URLs Breaking Badly for the details.