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    SitePoint Enthusiast rommi's Avatar
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    Cool Content snaps into place after a few seconds of loading.

    I made a website www.peterleeds.com which works fine for the most part. I used browsercam.com to make close to 50 different browser OS combination
    screen prints. Everything was fine there.

    Now I noticed that only sometimes and only IE has all the text below the "fold" while loading and only after a longer time (I guess when pages is fully loaded) it snaps into place. To make matters worse it does not do it every time, just sometimes. Making debugging almost impossible.

    Has anyone dealt with this or knows the reason for this?
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    SitePoint Wizard bronze trophy Tyssen's Avatar
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    Well I actually had to hit the F5 button to get your content to pop into the right place. Does it only happen on the home page? If so, my guess would be it's something to do with the image that fills the centre column.

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    SitePoint Enthusiast rommi's Avatar
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    I have not seen it on any other page, but it should not be the image. The image is the background of on of the divs and therefore should not influence the sizing of anything down the page.
    Cyberian Tiger Inc. : business site.
    MyUxbridge.com : local community site.


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    Do you use any %'s for width on any of the columns, or for margins or padding? Occasionally the browser will calculate %'s wrong if the page does not load fast enough.
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    SitePoint Enthusiast rommi's Avatar
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    Nope. No percentages at all.
    Cyberian Tiger Inc. : business site.
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