Zeldman's trademark 'Daily Report' composite navigation graphic is misspaced in Mozilla 0.96, with orange strips below each of the individual graphics. Sections of these strips highlight individually when the images are rolled over. Zeldman comments that he's had a previous report from a Mac user that Mozilla had this problem, hence my setting platforms to 'All'. Zeldman is running 200102150, which lacks the problem, suggesting that it's been introduced since then. I did not see this layout problem prior to installing Mozilla 0.96. (The problem is also visible with my newly-installed Galeon 1.0).
Created attachment 60502 [details] png snapshot showing misaligned image png snapshot from my linux desktop showing the misaligned image.
Created attachment 60503 [details] screenshot from Zeldman's Mac desktop showing what the graphic should look like attaching screenshot from zeldman's desktop showing what the composite graphic should look like in a non-buggy state.
Evangelism. The only change since 2001-02 is that doctype parsing got fixed so that that page is now correctly rendered in standards mode. See bug 22274 for a discussion of why we render like this in standards mode and how the desired rendering can be achieved in standards mode. The simplest solution may be to just remove the DTD URI from the doctype, thus triggering the backwards-compatible quirks mode.
Mass reassigning English-Other bugs to general default assignees.