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Since the HTML is all tables I'm not sure what to do. And should I find that particular table and give it a max-width of something not so long? I can't tell what the issue is... :-/

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And your link is

???

Can't diagnose what we can't see. Post a link, please.

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sorry - 350sb.org

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Unable to replicate

Under what conditions does this overlapping occur? I haven't been able to make it happen. I do see this:

<p>
  <img height="670" 
       width="800" 
       align="left" 
       src="http://gallery.mailchimp.com/7487b932875fd5701e4f66159/images/climaterally_800w.jpg" 
       alt="">
</p>
That width attribute could conceivably over-rule the css ruleset
.entry-content img, 
.comment-content img, 
.widget img {
  max-width: 100%;
  }

Keep in mind the any dimension you assign a table element is, at best, a suggestion. Tables have certain requirements, among them that its content must be fully enclosed. Try this, delete the height and width attributes from the image's html markup.

Better yet, see about removing those silly tables.

cheers,

gary

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