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I have used latex for preparation of my thesis. My references look like following. How to avoid white space in the references?enter image description here

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    not knowing how your bibliography input is coded, i suggest entering the url with the command \url{http...} and adding \usepackage{url} to your preamble. this will allow the url to be broken at "reasonable" places, and still be linkable with hyperref (need to specify breaklinks; see the documentation for specifics). – barbara beeton Mar 27 '15 at 14:36
  • @barbara beeton : Thank you very much for your comment. Problem was, that I haven't used "\url" – Nilani Algiriyage Mar 27 '15 at 14:54
  • I am pretty sure you need to change the bibliography style. Note: other users might be more experienced with this and so another solution might be presented, but I used the method to induce a line break before printing the URL. – henry Mar 27 '15 at 20:53