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  1. #1
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    I've been working with my design, and I found a problem.
    In ie, if I go to "tools/textsize" and increase the size to a larger text I get an overlapped mess.
    Now I don't need it big, but doughtless theres people veiwing my pages that have differant sizes set. I've checked other sites, and they don't have this problem. It must be somthing simple, but I'm fairly new, and I've never seen this problem addresses.
    What do I need to do.

    This scares me because I don't know what my customers are seeing I you can view my site at and let me know if you see any problems on your computer it would also be great.
    Thanks. Gavin


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    What programe did you use to create the page? It seems to be putting images in divs in absolute positions. Whereas a more fluid design would expand when you increase the font sizes.
    Paul Creedy
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    There is no way to prevent people from encreasing or decreasing text size on Macs. But for IE and maybe others try using the pt unit for your fonts
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