Component: Tech Evangelism The page will render the text huge much larger then it should be looking at the source of the page i found that there are <li><h2> some text used a lot there is a little browser detection java script at the begining but i think that is just for the add window. i think the problem is with the h2's <li><h2> some text <li><h2> some more text etc.. I saw this problem on build: 2002041903 Also on ealier builds: 2002041203 Also talking irc #mozilla nd #mozillazine builds from saturday morning april 20th 2002 builds on linux either froze or also displayed content incorrectly
Created attachment 80252 [details] i removed most of the unnecessary html but it still is being rendered incorrectly it appears that <center> tags repeated with out being closed is causing the page to be rendered incorrectly
It appears that <center><h2> repeated with some text and not being closed is what is causing this problem
None of the <h2> or other h tags are closed. Mozilla seems to increment the fontsize for each unclosed tag, in the end showing fonts ridiculously huge (one glyph becoming several pages tall etc.) This would likely strain X and xfs on Linux for a long time, during convertion to bitmap. Resolving as duplicate of bug 89738 - this is considered a parser bug it seems. *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 89738 ***
the h2 tags are only incremented in font size if they are preceeded by an unclosed center tag
From the "very nice testcase" in bug 89738, attachment 46036 [details]: "However they are not closed if this second heading is withing a DIV or a CENTER"