Not being sarcastic like Rob, he has a valid point in there. If some controls are overlapping, then somewhere in your HTML code there is position or something that is telling the render (explorer of any kind) to do that. Not being able to see the code (And I don't think anybody will found an error just reading plain HTML without trying it), the best idea I have is to read the control that overlaps and trying to understand why the explorer do that. In fact, this happens on all navigators?
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^^Took that from dparsons signature and he Took that from planoie's profile
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