- Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.0; en-US; rv:1.2b) Gecko/20021101 Phoenix/0.4 - Windows 2000 SP3, 1024x768 resolution. 1. (Article dated 2002-11-01) Take a look at the line "Norwegian Schools are already moving toward open source software, and so has the Government... in principle... but there is still a long way to go.", there's a <HR> in the center of the page that shouldn't be there. 2. The article for the date 2002-10-31 contains some lines that's too long, overlapping the right column. 3. The page is rendered too wide, the complete contents of the site should fit without having to scroll to the right. Compare this to IE, which render the site correct.
I'm suggesting marking this bug "invalid" I'm sorry to say it, but the page is rendered for me using ie as well... anyways.. In the future please try to break it down a little more, bugs are messy. I ran the site through the validator at the w3c and skipping over the rdf summaries it was complaining about, many of the <blockquote> tags are poorly nested, which is probably what's messing up the page rendering. IE "fudges" this by closing the tags for you, and guesses at the layout, mozilla browsers just mess up the layout, because what's wanted is unclear. Best of luck, and it looks like it only needs a little cleaning to be all fixed :)
It looks pretty shoddy in the same places with Konqueror too, although the <hr> line isn't there. All the more ironic because the site complains about Microsoft... Try contacting the site maintainer, but this really isn't a Moz bug at all and is therefore invalid.