My Website - strange behaviour in Firefox

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If anyone could help me out here.  I am the webmaster of the following
corporate website: /.  When I load this page in IE
or Netscape for PC the postion of all of the elements on the homepage
is generally the same between these two browsers.  When you navigate
into the site the Teachers' logo is always in the same position on all
pages.  In Firefox the Corporate/Teachers' logo sites significantly
lower but only on the homepage and it straightens itself out on all of
the other pages in Firefox. So the logo moves up on the page in Firefox
once you navigate past the homepage.

I cannot figure out why this bug exists.  Could anyone help me out


Re: My Website - strange behaviour in Firefox

newspost2000 wrote:
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  It is not a bug. You have incompletely specified spacing, leaving
various spacing aspects to the browser's imagination. The <body> on the
index page has some spacing added to the top.
- Use a complete DTD spec:
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN"
  " ">
  Doing so allows a more uniform experience across browsers.
  You should really use HTML 4.01 Strict for the best cross-browser
compatibility, but that means you must overhaul your site; it has a lot of
antiquated code usage.
- Add
html, body { margin: 0; padding: 0: }
  to your main CSS file.

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