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    Talking New website launch 2 Mar 2012 @ 11.41

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    Default 5 Mar 2012 @ 08.42

    I find the text very hard to read over the top of those images, and with so much space to play with / fill I would have used better use of that to get my message across.

    The about page is probably the worse, as the text overruns the image and goes into the navigation.

    Overall, I love the big images and the background, I just think you should move the copy down into that space you have available.
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    Default 5 Mar 2012 @ 09.06

    Could you possibly screenshot this problem with the text overrunning the navigation please? Thanks for the feedback
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    Default 5 Mar 2012 @ 11.03

    Here you go - tested in FF and chrome and the same issue.

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    Default 5 Mar 2012 @ 11.07

    That's really odd :S I tested on all browsers on Mac and Windows and none had that result. Strange
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    Default 5 Mar 2012 @ 18.35

    I've just taken a look on Windows Firefox 10.0.2 and it replicates the problem WelshStew found. You can test for cross browser issues like this with Adobe Browserlabs. Good luck.
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    Default 5 Mar 2012 @ 20.13

    All the browsers present the text the way it should be using Browserlabs. Are you both using Firefox?
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    Default 6 Mar 2012 @ 07.39

    I'm not seeing the issue that WelshStew and Robert are.

    I suspect the discrepency is due to your font stack. Perhaps you and I are missing your first-choice font, or perhaps WelshStew and Robert are.

    In general, the problem is occurring because you have a rigid design that can only accommodate a limited amount of text (the content area does not expand vertically as text is added).
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    Default 6 Mar 2012 @ 08.51

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    I suspect the discrepency is due to your font stack.
    Originally Posted by Mike Hopley View Post
    Yep, if I remove the font stack it fits in nicely.
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    Default 6 Mar 2012 @ 10.59

    Is the problem still persisting now? I've added Arial to the font family.
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