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Weird space in IE & Firefox. Wait, Firefox?!

  • My site is Level 70 Design. Just rebuilt my theme for 3.3.1, though I don’t think this is a theme-specific issue.

    The site looks/works as intended in Chrome & Safari but in Internet Explorer (8 & 9 with same standards) and in Firefox, there is a weird gap within the #branding id of the header. It shows up between the header images and the top navigation. Any ideas? Code inspectors in either didn’t turn up anything obvious. IE I can understand but Firefox? I must be missing something.

    Any help is appreciated. Oh, and in IE there’s another gap between the #branding (header) section and the #primary section but it seems tied to IE doing something weird with my positioning and the relative elements above them… so frustrating.

    Thanks for taking a look.

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