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What browser are you using? I don't see this in FF 3 or Google Chrome on Windows.
This is on Safari 3.2.1 or FF 3.0.8 on Mac.
Hm....I just checked with both of those browsers (same versions) on the Mac and I also don't see this problem. I tried having http://www.browsershots.org check in 60 different browsers, and I only saw this problem in two browsers for BSD that I have not heard of before.
The only thing I can think of is that you visited the site at some point many months ago when, as I recall, this might have been a problem. It's been months since I changed the CSS on the site, but I suppose your browser could be caching an old version that was incorrect. You could try clearing your cache and see if that fixes the problem. Otherwise, I'm not sure what could be going on.
I have cleared the cache in Safari and the result is still the same.
I'm not sure how much time you want to spend troubleshooting this, but the only other explanation I can come up with is that perhaps you have some extension or theme installed that somehow messes up the rendering of the site. It seems quite unlikely that you this would cause the same problem with both Safari and Firefox, but I can't think of anything else.
You can try starting Firefox in safe mode, which disables extensions and themes. See http://kb.mozillazine.org/Safe_Mode for instructions on how to do this.
I'm not sure if Safari really has the same concept of an extension like Firefox does, but it seems from some quick searching that there is something similar. I saw a post at http://forums.theappleblog.com/applications/922-removing-safari-extensio... that mentions a method that can be used to disable them. I'd try it with Firefox first and see if that changes anything.
If you still see strange rendering in FF with extensions disabled, then I don't know what to tell you, since I can't reproduce using the same browser on the same OS.
I'm guessing that you see the same thing on any page on the site, right? It's not, for example, just the home page on which you see this?
I just did the test with Firefox in safe mode and the rendering is the same.
I think we have spent enough time on this and need should get back to our respective lives.
FWIW, I see the same problem on Mac OS 10.4.11 or Mac OS 10.5.6 with FF 3.0.7 regardless of clearing cache and/or working in safe mode. I don't see it on Safari.
J. J. Weimer
Chemistry / Chemical & Materials Engineering, UAH
I also see the same problem with Firefox 3.0.10 under Windows Vista. This was a completely new set up as well.
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