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First question I got is What is iPage web hosting.i want detail description? Many thanks for any response. Another question on my mind: I can't figure out why my code is causing my words to overlap onto my border when you minimize the window - HELP!.

It looks fine maximized....

I worked on this for two days and my thick skull just doesn't get it - I've tried everything, including copying and pasting some nested tables code for left side borders I found on a tutorial..

You can see what I mean at:.


But on.


The text was fine - just had a trouble with the navigation code at the top, but am more concerned about the article part..

Can anyone quickly see what I'm doing wrong? I should know this by now and thought I could fix it with nested tables, but I guess I didn't figure those out as I'd thought...

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I would like to know the answer too. Anyone here know what is the right answer to your question. I'll do some research and get back to you if I bump into an answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could give you help..

Comment #1

Thanks so much, Grego - but - It still didn't work! And that made so much sense I was all excited - I'm doing something horribly wrong here but for the life of me, I can't figure this out - I tried everything I could think of and/or find on the Internet - it just keeps overlapping..

Sniff sniff.

Thanks so much - sure sounded like it would work. I did upload it again just in case, like maybe,someone maybe would have the stomach to check it out again???..

Comment #2

It's your background!.

The background sits below the pane of the page, rather like wallpaper. In full-screen mode there is enough room so that the text doesn't sit above the background, but when the window gets smaller the text goes over the top..

When the browser renders content it ignores the background..

The background sits below the other elements..

To see for yourself, change your background to be:.


You'll see it repeated across the page (like wallpaper)..

If you don't want the text to flow over the picture, put it in the left cell of a table..

Or else you can do <body style="margin-left: 25%"> to keep your content away from the background...

Comment #3

For cryin' all night!! I would pick a background that's dopey. Thanks, Jon - I think maybe I'll see if I can't find another one - I never ran into that before and I'm not 100% sure I understand the "how" but I do understand the concept of what you're saying..

About this:.

(I feel so stupid) I never used a margin before - do I just stick that in the body tag? (Forgive the ignorance....

..what can I say) I'd like to try it to learn how that works but still think I'll find a different background. How can a person know something like that will happen when you pick a background to use - or should't I go there??..

Comment #4

First, I did change the BG, but it was still happening. So, I played around and in short, I had to use a spacer.gif instead of a value and it's fine now! You're all off the hook!.

Thanks so much for helping me out, though - I learned a few things and that's always a good thing..

You all are the best!..

Comment #5

This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.