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With Safari and FireFox, long email addresses get chopped up in 2 lines with “-” inserted when there is enough room in terms of width.
No such issue with Chrome. Un-tested with IE.
I checked it with Firebug but could not figure out why.
Please kindly take a look at the website and help me with this puzzle.
The template was designed with the assumption that the default image size would be used so the width for the left-hand side is set at 49%. Maybe a better choice in the design would to be set the max-width instead. I’ll consider changing that in the next release. Any that is way the email is being run to the next line, the total width is wider than 51%. Where the browser decides to brake the line is out of my control … seems Chrome just does better job at guessing.
If you remove the width set here in this file, that should fix things for you. If you do go with that option, I suggest giving this QuickTip a read-thru so you know how to make this change update safe.
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