could be style or parser bug. "FBI warns" header font too big. Other similar headers have same problem. "NBA lockout" too big, and all headers below it in that column. Headers before it in that column are fine.
This is the parser dealing with badly mangled source HTML. Here's a reduced version of the problem: <CENTER> </FONT> <FONT face=arial,helvetica size=1> Centered arial size=1 [BREAK] </CENTER> </FONT> </FONT> <FONT face=arial,helvetica size=1> <B> <FONT size=2>Bold Arial font size=2</B> </FONT> <P> <FONT color=maroon>Maroon Arial font size=1</FONT> <BR> <FONT size=2> <B>Bold Arial font size=2</B> </FONT> [ Arial font size=1 ] <BR clear=all> <FONT size=-2> <CENTER>Centered Arial size=1 <P> <CENTER>Centered Arial size=1 <P> <FONT size=-1> <B>Bold Arial size=2 <BR> </FONT> </B> Centered Arial size=1 </P> </CENTER> </CENTER> </FONT> </FONT>
Setting all current Open/Normal to M4.
per leger, assigning QA contacts to all open bugs without QA contacts according to list at http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/describecomponents.cgi?product=Browser
*** Bug 5550 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
I think this is yours now.
Nope. There are still parser DTD issues. This is a lack of style tag propogation. Specifically, in the recuced sample: The second <FONT face=arial,helvetica size=1> isn't propogating into the following <P> tag.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 991 ***
Attempting to steal gem's HTMLParser bugs all at once. Changing QAContact to janc.