Just asking out of curiosity... has anybody come up with a good solution for avoiding orphans and widows - words by themselves, in an email? Currently, I just throw an "nbsp" between the last two words where I spot them. But there's no way of catching them all, as every email client renders different. I could manually add it to every paragraph, but... not really a preferred use of time.
No perfect solution. Best bet is to consult an experienced email html developer.
How long are your emails? Ha ha.
But seriously, you can't really control it. You can, however, design with fewer words per line. This way, orphans and widows are more visually acceptable.
Haha! Believe me, there are a couple emails I wish the team would write a little shorter! Brevity is always preferred!
For now, I'm just adding an nbsp between the last two words of any offending paragraph. That does the trick just fine.
Yeah I get that... Email is very tricky and unpredictable. Even if you test profusely, somewhere there is a user viewing it in a whole new way. The best approach sometimes is to, and I will shamelessly quote Frozen, "Let it goooooo"! Good luck.