My design breaks any time any making a comment posts a URL longer than 25 characters in their first 15 words of a comment.
I am using the plug-in php c2c_get_comments to display the first
15 words of each comment at the top of a narrow column on the index page. The long URLs blow the width of the column, confuse things and push the right-hand column off the page.
I want to keep displaying the opening words of comments on the front page in the middle column like this.
Is there any way to tell WordPress to reject (or hold) comments that have long URLS in them? Or to automatically link them to a word or phrase (such has “click here’)?
Or, what else could be set up so that this doesn’t happen?
Or, is there a way (or plug-in) that would force a linebreak/wordwrap on long words/URLS in php c2c_get_comments?
Appreciate your experience and advice.
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