If your content looks misplaced or is overlapping on certain desktops, tablets or devices, this is most likely due to a section having a percentage-based height value, or an erroneously configured minimum height.
Remember, when you use percentage-based values, they are relative to the height and width of the end user's device.
In the animation, you will see how a section with a percentage-based height value (in this case 50%) will cause content with fixed pixel-based values (rectangle, 400px height) to overlap into the next section.
There are multiple ways you can fix this.
Alternative 1: Change the height value property to pixels
You can change the height value of the section from a percentage-based value to a pixel-based value. This new value will always have enough height to support its contents and will not overflow into the next section.
Alternative 2: Make the content fit inside the section
Some use cases require the section's height to be set to a percentage value. In these cases, it is important to ensure that the content inside the section adapts to smaller device heights.
Either use percentage values for the content or use the Origin selector to arrange them from the bottom or middle of the section instead of from the top, which is the default Origin for all elements.
Alternative 3: Give the Section a pixel-valued Minimum Height
If you know your section with a percentage-based height value, it should display its content correctly on most screens. To make sure that in the rare use cases of a smaller screen, the percentage-value height should be replaced by a pixel-based minimum height. You can do the following: