I built the website http://www.elephantwords.co.uk while using IE as a browser, and it looks exactly how I want it to. However, there’s an issue with the way it displays in Firefox, and I’ve not been able to work out what it is. (I appreciate that this isn’t a FF flaw, so much as just a difference in display protocols.)
Above and below each post, there’s a small navbar with a “first post” – “last post” thing going on. In IE, it displays as it should, with the currently viewed post’s title pushed to the next line below the navigation, flush with the side of the column.
However, Firefox seems to be ignoring the formatting that pushes the post’s title down, and just sticks it in the middle of the navigation links. This is irritating at best, but when the posts have long titles, it’s ugly as hell.
Can anybody see at a glance what I’m doing wrong, here? I can post CSS and code if anyone needs it to make a diagnosis/help me out!
Thanks in advance,
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