Where do you break long contact details that run over one line?

For example an email address for one area of the company is something like “businesssupport@ourcompanyname.com”

Though we can do many alternatives (links, forms etc.) so you don’t see this long contact, we’ve found that people want to know where it’s going.

The longer contact address proves a challenge on mobile and in different components of the page.

  1. Where’s a good breakpoint for email?

  2. What’s an alternative approach when you have to display a really long single word?

Does silent image require the caster to actually have visual contact with the area they want to place the effect on?

Or the 60ft radius is all that matters, even if it is behind a wall?

To be even more specific, what about if it is a 15ft area in a location in-range that you have seen before but is now out of sight? And what about when on your turn you have visual contact with an enemy in a certain area, then move behind some cover and then place the illusion -area around the enemy & within the 60ft range-? I am placing this question because I have seen other illusory spells’ descriptions that specify that you must see where you place your spell. Silent image doesn’t specify whether the sight component is or isn’t required.enter image description here

Contact Form 7 inside Magnific Popup

I have contact form 7 inside magnific popup but when I click submit on contact form the popup closes because the page is refreshed.

 function openMagnificPopup() {     $  ('.btn--primary').on('click', function () {         $  .magnificPopup.open({             items: {                 src: $  ('#popup-form').html(),                 type: 'inline',                 closeBtnInside: true,                 modal: true,             },             closeOnBgClick: false,             callbacks: {                 open: function() {                   jQuery('body').addClass('noscroll');                 },                 close: function() {                   jQuery('body').removeClass('noscroll');                 }               }         });     }); } 

I need to keep the popup opened when I submit the form.

What are spammers trying to acheive who the correct contact information in their spam?

I’ve recently received 2 spam SMS messages, claiming to be from 2 different organizations, but (obviously) not sent by them.

However, all of the contact details in the SMS match the real details of the organizations in question. Is this an attempt to perform a DDOS on the call centre, or is there some other point to this?

The second organization I called had a recorded greeting at the start saying – “we don’t send those messages, don’t respond to them.”, so they obviously got enough responses to be annoying.

I couldn’t find any reference to this phenomenon via a web search.