Text wrap issue with links


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If you put a URL in a text link element as the actual text to be seen on the page it will not wrap in any way just goes off the page. Is there any way to make this wrap automatically or do I have to put in wraps manually for each breakpoint?


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This is something that would need to be done after export by applying the appropriate word break that you are looking for to the link.
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So in theory (going to check this now) I could put a break in the text where I want it to wrap in the breakpoints to keep it from doing that also I would think? I'll try it shortly and see if that works, just wasn't sure if I was missing something for this that I wasn't setting correctly.

Never mind, doesn't work so they will just have to accept text as the link name instead of the URL which looks better anyways.


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Jo Ann wrote:
So in theory (going to check this now) I could put a break in the text where I want it to wrap in the breakpoints to keep it from doing that also I would think? I'll try it shortly and see if that works, just wasn't sure if I was missing something for this that I wasn't setting correctly.


No, you can not edit HTML on breakpoints, only CSS (Styles).

You could create two text link elements hide the one with the break at the higher breakpoints then when you get to the smaller breakpoints hide the first link and show the second. Confusing I know, but it will work.

The easiest option would be to add the break-word CSS on export.
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http://www.coffeecup.com/help/articles/ … -an-image/

This article doesn't describe or look like my screen.


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So? How does it look on your screen, and how would you like it to look?
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