Author Topic: How can I (batch) add one space to the end of each line in the caption  (Read 754 times)

Offline jmar6482

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A group of images have no space at the end of each line.

A single space at the end of each line is needed for online viewing, or the ending words on each line will run into the words from the next line below it

The caption/description reads like this on photo mechanic:

John Doe cleaning up his back yard
at his home in Los Angeles, CA circa 1999
photo by john smith
contact us for info regarding this photo


but it shows like this on my website because no spaces were created at the end of the lines when originally captioned:

John Doe cleaning up his back yardat his home in Los Angeles, CA circa 1999
photo by john smithcontact us for info regarding this photo


Thousands of images prevent manually adding this space at end of line. Is there any solution that I can implement to batch-add this space using variables or some other means?

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Re: How can I (batch) add one space to the end of each line in the caption
« Reply #1 on: February 21, 2018, 12:57:24 pm »
No, there is no batch method that will insert spaces in the Caption field as you describe.

What software is being used to produce these web pages?  It should be putting in <br> tags at the ends of lines.

-Kirk