How to prevent page from squishing/overlap when not fullscreen?
I'm starting to create a site in FrontPage. However, when I try to preview it in any browser when MINIMIZED or smaller than fullscreen, the images/text begin to squish together overlapping. It only happens when I view it other than fullscreen. I am extremely new to the HTML, so I had to use FrontPage. I just essentially aligned some things in the center and some things left, and just press space bar to align everything (maybe that's why). I asked one of my friends, and he said something making tables to prevent the headers from squishing together (?). I hope this makes sense... if not, I'll explain it more clearly. But I think this might be a simple fix, and maybe there is an option to set it in the Editor? Thanks.
Stop using frontpage. If you have to use a WYSIWYG editor, use dreamweaver. Frontpage will not create a good web page.
Start learning html. It's not very difficult. If you don't know html, it's very difficult for us to give you an answer, because our answers will most likely involve manually editing the html. After manually editing, and going back to frontpage, it is very likely that frontpage will either not display the change of code correctly, or revert the code so that it looks okay in frontpage, regardless of how it will look in other browsers, and screen resolutions.
Fix every error you find. Then, post your code here or link to the page in question, and someone should be able to provide you with some insight.
The validator gives you instructions on how to turn what very well might not be HTML markup into HTML markup, and with this done, anyone who understands HTML should be able to assist you. If the instructions from the validator are difficult to understand...that means it's time to start learning some HTML! No developer, regardless of the tool being used, should deny him or herself this very rudimentary knowledge.