How to Fix Web Pages That Have Overlapping Boxesby Brandy AlexanderUpdated September 15, 2017
As you build multiple boxes into your Web pages, the boundaries of these forms have a tendency to overlap. These boundaries, which usually outline your content or other data, bump into each other when the box dimensions are not spaced far enough apart. You have the ability to repair these issues by knowing where to edit the HyperText Markup Language (HTML) or Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) code that makes your boxes. Use your computer’s text editor program to fix the overlapping boxes in your Web pages.
Start your text editor program and bring up the Web page that has the overlapping boxes.
Locate the code that makes up your boxes. If your boxes are created with HTML tables, look for the "