One of the greatest annoyances of writing for the web is the fact that the text is formatted unlike how you intended it to be read. On word processors, you have margins that simulate a standard piece of paper. This makes the author (hopefully) write paragraphs that are of decent, nice length. When posted online, the paragraphs are stretched out, making what was formerly four or five lines become two lines, making it seem like the author is pressing the 'Enter' button too much. Basically, publishing to the web turns what looks nice (and what authors intend): [Click the Thumbnails] to: The problem becomes worse when the window is maximized to fit a wide monitor. Newspapers account for this by splitting the page into columns, making the text easier to read. Schnoogle caps the width to some extent as well. You can't simply make paragraphs longer, because artificially inflating paragraphs to suit a view doesn't change the fact that the paragraphs are too long. Perhaps you can impose this restriction on formatting by bringing the margins in? It would be set to the size of standard paper, making what was written on the word processor look the same online. It would be ideal if it was an option for the author (the stories would then be formatted in that manner by default), giving him/her the ability to portray the story the way it was meant to be read. Additionally, it could have an option near the current formatting box to disable the new formatting if the reader wishes it. Any thoughts?