I've developed a website a couple of months ago and there is one thing which is really bugging me.
For some reason my grid is falling out of place in the left hand corner where it says GB DE. But this only happens with Firefox, if I view it in Safari it's ok.

This is the link to the site: http://pbmarinetraining.com/home.html

I would be very happy if anyone could help me.




I notice that none of you <img> tags are closed properly.
Have you validated the markup? (http://validator.w3.org/)

Although browsers usually attempt to correct invalid markup before showing it, not all browsers employ the same methods to correct it, which can cause these sort of problems.

Try validating (if you haven't already) and let us know.

O and Btw.
Using tables to set up your page layout isn't good. It can cause all sorts of issues
I would consider looking into a CSS layout.

try by defining docType as "XHTML 1.0 traditional"

I had this same problem with my website. Try setting the location of your images (the grid) to relative instead of absolute. This will align the grid based on the location of another chosen feature of your website.

dear mattyb15,
actually i just saw ur page source and suggestion but i using ff3.0 and ur page is looking so good on my ff3.0

Ooh, it isn't my problem it's Rod1's. I'm also using ff3.0 and I can see the issue.

PS. Try browsershots.org

It displays and takes screenshots of your website in any browser you choose.

sorry mattyb15,
but i m not ablen ot find the problem