How to avoid overlapping editable Areas when in Edit Page mode?
Is my method of CSS resetting my elements causing this problem or is this just inherent in Concrete5 if your Editable Regions are "too close" together?
I have used it for this issue and it worked great.
Thank you so much!
If you're using a recent version of concrete5 (version 5.4 or 5.4.1 at least I think), you might want to not use the area splitter and instead use the built-in "Layouts" feature, which accomplishes the same thing but lines the sub-areas up a little better (you can add a layout by clicking on "Add To Main" (or "Add To ___" whatever the area is called) and choosing "Add Layout" from the popup menu. Probably want to remove the area splitter from those pages first though as they will interfere with each other.
if this doesn't solve your problem, you are going to need to add some more padding or margins between each sub-area in your CSS. You can use Firebug (a free Firefox addon) to help with this kind of thing -- it lets you click on elements in the page and see the corresponding html and css, which makes it easier to identify the id's and classes of various elements so you know which CSS to change (although if you're not already familiar with HTML and CSS this isn't going to do much good -- will just confuse things more...)