Why are you using APDivs for any of this? APDivs remove content from the normal document flow. And if text size is increased in browsers, the layout will likely fall apart or become unusable.
For help with layout issues, we really need to see a link to your page. Screenshots and code fragments don't tell us much.
I am obviouisly not very experienced with building a website, but I am using AP DIVs to allow for layering of images. All my text is a part of an image file created in photoshop and saved as an image, so I am not worried about text sizing deconstructing the site in certain browsers.
I am not really interested in changing my approach, though I awknowledge that it may not be the most efficient. Because I am building this site to represent my artistic practice I am placing more value on the visual end result than the simplicity of the design process.
The page is not currently hosted, but I will post a link ASAP. In the time being, If anyone else has experienced this glitch, or can help with the information given, I would appreciate it.
I am not really interested in changing my approach
In that case, might one inquire why you are here?
If someone is intersted in teaching me another way to layer a ton of partially transparent images as separate objects in a field that will remain centered in any size browser window, I would gladly accept that help. Otherwise, I have a specific outcome that I am trying to achieve and am simply coming to the forum asking for adivice about one small, specific glitch.
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The point I tried to make earlier is that your entire problem could very well hinge on the fact that you're using APDivs for the primary layout.
Instead of layering images, you could put background images into the div background with CSS. Then, align elements with CSS floats and margins.
As an example, 3-horizontal boxes (no APDivs required)
Thank you, Nancy! I will look into this approach! I appreciate this more constructive information.