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Adopting Orphans with  

In the modern age of responsive devices and layouts our typography skills can get away from us. Even the most professionally designed websites can struggle with orphaned words. Luckily for us, things don't have to be that way. Just end your paragraphs using a entity between the last two words like this:

End your paragraphs using an entity between the last two words like this.

So cheers to the entity for allowing us to glue words together. If you are using Redactor for MODX we have a handy redactor.norphan Setting that will reduce orphans using this technique. The norphan plugin can be found on Github so it can be used standalone with Imperavi's Redactor.js.

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