# some of the answer text is smashed together in my question need help

in my question in here

one of the answer is merged or smashed together to the point i cant read it, is there a way to fix this? iam not sure this place is the correct place nor the word i use is correct for this.

here the image, since i think others dont get the same problem like me judging by their reaction.

i try to refresh, close and reopen, and wait till now to see is it will turn normal or not, but nothing change while Willick answer seems to be fine.

and feel fee to edit the tag to the appropriate one since i dont know much about meta tag or how this place work.

• This is likely to be an issue with your browser. What is your operating system, browser (including versions) and which zoom level are you using? – Glorfindel Aug 9 '20 at 6:53
• @Glorfindel firefox, i dont know about that, iam not a tech savvy never do any zoom either. this is the first time i see it like that. just now i try to zoom, it dont change, it still merged there. unless i mistaken what zoom mean. – Li Jun Aug 9 '20 at 10:31
• @LiJun on a desktop pressing CTRL+ and CTRL- increases and decreases the zoom, respectively. That should show the current zoom level somewhere too. – The Square-Cube Law Aug 11 '20 at 12:09
• @Renan yeah i did that but nothing change, i kinda doubt this is due to browser though, because it only specifically happen to this question and to this answer user, i even try using different view like active, oldest, and votes but it still like that, the text goes past the line/border, meanwhile the rest seems fine including other user question including this answerer/user in other question. – Li Jun Aug 11 '20 at 15:30
• @LiJun that answer had some really long links thrown in the body. I edited the links so that they are more readable. Does the issue still happen for you? – The Square-Cube Law Aug 11 '20 at 15:35
• @Renan not anymore thanks, i guess its due to the long link then. – Li Jun Aug 11 '20 at 15:36

This was caused by some specific links in an answer, when placed without markup. Only the answer containing the links was affected. I edited the answer so that the links were present with Markdown, i.e.: [link text](link url), and it solved the problem there. In order to allow for the problem to be debugged here, I am adding another answer with the text that caused the problem. Please see my other post in this question.