I have found a rather odd feature of the html resource. The width of text (effectively the right hand margin), is being set by the width of the longest http url link. Thus on my page at
I have to scrol to the right to read to the end of each line of text. However if I remove the long URL at the bottom of the page under the title Other Resources then the rest of the text wraps around nicely and I can read through the page without scrolling left to right. I suspect something to do with css and I have been trying to track it down to no avail, any ideas?
The same thing happens with long links in forums. Whether it has anything to do with CSS, you can't wrap a URL. If it didn't stretch it out like that, it would just go outside the box, which would also look bad. It would be better if you changed the URL to some sort of text link.