I programmed it about a year and a half ago and didn’t really test it out on browsers other than Firefox and Safari.
Now it turns out that I hate both browsers and switched to Chrome.
Well, the irony is that my website doesn’t really work with Chrome as I get the following page as soon as I land on it:
Check out all the space it leaves on the right…
I’m using a layout based on “floats”, so all thumbnail classes float to the next row, according to window size. This has worked perfectly in both Firefox and Safari, but on Chrome it just doesn’t work.
Perhaps the issue is in the version of Chrome you’re using then. My advice would be upgrade and see if the problem persists, because unlike IE, VERY few Chrome users fail to keep their versions up-to-date. If the issue is a rendering fault in early versions of Chrome, it’s not worth trying to hack and patch your way around it.
OK, I think the problem is that the page has a lot of serious coding errors (sorry to be blunt). First thing I notice is that you have block elements (divs) nested inside <a> (inline) elements… which is not good. But there are other problems like unclosed elements, meta tags in the wrong place etc.
Just checking the HTML in the validator produces 164 errors, so you need to clean these up before doing anything else.