Tonearm - 7:40 pm on Dec 29, 2012 (gmt 0)
have you tried any other browsers on your android?
i would try overriding default CSS width properties for the relevant elements to see if that "fixes" anything.
I tried changing <p> to <p style="width:100%"> but the behavior did not change.
Inevitable question: If you rearrange the sentence, does the wrapping stay at the 30% point or at the after-"Android" point?
I changed the code to:
<p style="width:100%">This is another test to further demonstrate strange Android word-wrapping behavior.</p>
It wrapped after demonstrate which is about 30% of the way across the screen. If I rotate the screen so it is oriented horizontally instead of vertically, it wraps at about 60% of the way across the screen instead of 30%.
The markup you show is irrelevant to the problem. We need the complete markup.
This is the complete markup. The only code on the page is the above single line. It isn't valid of course, but I see the same behavior with valid markup as I do with the ultra-simplified markup posted here.