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make <figcation> display on one line

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How can i make the caption for the credit card image not be on 2 lines ?
http://roofgenius.com/test.asp
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Modify that code of line to:

<figcaption style="width: 235px;">We accept these credit cards</figcaption>
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Thanks just what i needed
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