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The best practice is to acknowledge that you have no real control over line breaks on the web and it's best to design with that in mind. Any solution to the contrary will, invariably, have to be hacky. As it will be a hack as HTML doesn't adhere to user defined line breaks outside of hard coding. You could do it with JS fairly easily. Set up your break ...
I answered this over here: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4014823/does-a-favicon-have-to-be-32x32-or-16x16/26807004#26807004. The source tells you exactly how to create and implement for all sizes.
Use this GRUNT task to generate all possible variants: https://github.com/gleero/grunt-favicons Generates all known types and sizes icons from PNG image. Uses ImageMagick. Input: square logo in png. You can also keep near the source files with resolution prefix e.g. source.16x16.png. Output: favicon.ico (16x16, 32x32, 48x48) — desktop browsers, address ...
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