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Div positioning : different behavior between IE and Firefox

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Hi experts,

Have a look at the following url : http://www.game-focus.com, you can see a different behaviour with IE or FF (All content shoved down half the page, leaving lots of blank space in the middle and right. ) The display "is" correct with IE but not with FF.

Have you any ideas ?

Thanks in advance
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Sorry, but I don't see a difference.
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Forgot a little detail : the different behaviour happen on a random basis, once every 5 to 10 refresh of the page using FireFox.
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I found the problem. Gecko engine have a timing problem when displaying some complex elements, especially the display:table elements. It builds annonymous table-row and table-cell boxes. Aparently it was related to the connection speed and the delivery of the ads tag. To fix my problem, i changed the code for the ads, which was originaly in a div container to a iframe and it works.

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