Firefox div tag shift between pages

Posted on 2009-04-29
Last Modified: 2012-08-13
Has anyone seen a shift when jumping from page to page in Firefox? I have a Web site that I am working on and every time that I go from the home page to the 'About Us' page I get a shift as if the page size is increasing and decreasing. I am not using tables and I am new to div tags. Can anyone point me in the right direction? The site is at:
Question by:kallesti
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    Accepted Solution

    The shift is due to the difference in length of the page. All of your other pages are longer than the browser window. This caused the right scroll bar to appear. The about us page is shorter and the scroll bar does not appear. Since the div is centered it causes the div to shift a little to the right to maintain center.

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    ROFLMAO! OMG! *slaps her head. Thank you!

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