Here's the problem.
Load the following page:
Scroll to the bottom (using FireFox) to see the following "bug":
You can see the scroller ("pages 1, 2, 3, ... NEXT") to overlap the last
items in the page.
*IF* you reload the page (just hit F5 to see), the problem DISAPPERS.
Load it again (close browser, re-open), and here's the problem again...
I suppose, it's *NOT* a bug, but a mistake in my CSS code (to be more
mistake in the code of the developer /before me/, who created the current
I am stuck... I do not understand, why this DIV with the page numbers in
OVERLAPS the last news item...
The css is at http://bluelink.net/master.css.
All of the NEWS divs (which the scroller overlaps) are FLOATED, so to
the image in them without a following clear (when a small image is present
the news div.)
Any ideas welcome...
PS This website works with rather "antique" CMS system, parts of which are
controlled with much difficulty... So *MOST* of the mistakes you'll see
validating, are caused by the "&" not encoded properly (&) by the
something which I cannot resolve...