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Book OVERVIEW displays paragraph descriptions all crushed on BN.com

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Hi everyone,

 

I noticed recently that the new browser update Barnesandnoble.com has, makes the Description Paragraph(s) of each book's product page inside the OVERVIEW box extremely compressed/crushed into one giant paragraph. Especially with ours. 

Any advise on how to separate them in multiple lines? So as to make it easier for any potential buyer to be able to read easier on the first go, instead of having to look for the "read more" tab located at the bottom before you can display it correctly.

This isn't just a trivial pet peeve for me, I think it would make a difference in how long a potential reader would stay on that product page before leaving if he/she has to be forced to read a single enormous paragraph. 

 

I wonder if adding basic HTML <BR> tags would help or even work. 

Thanks.

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