Most or all CNET stories have a fixed height on the first paragraph's <div> tag -- in this case: <div style="background:url(http://i.i.com.com/cnwk.1d/i/ts/ces/2004/ces_editor_blecher.jpg); height:275px"> If the font size is not as expected (larger), the text will overflow the div and be covered/lost to the following DIV. Mozilla respects the absolute DIV size and doesn't move the following DIV. Note that IE appears to move the following DIV down to account for the overflow of the absolute-sized div (or if you prefer, bump the size of the overflowed div up) when you increase the text size, which is probably why they didn't notice this.
To reproduce, load the page and then increase the font size. I'm assuming this is not a layout bug, and that an overflowed absolute-height DIV should not shift following div's (though IE appears to). If I'm wrong, let me know. I'm also reporting this to CNET via their webform. There's no direct category for this, so I'm using "other" and asking it be sent to their web template maintainers.
Conforming summary to TFM item 10 at http://www.mozilla.org/projects/tech-evangelism/site/procedures.html#file-new
Summary: Most/all CNET stories have a fixed height on the first paragraph → cnet.com - Most/all CNET stories have a fixed height on the first paragraph
It appears that we now move the following DIV, since the page still has the absolute div, but increasing the font size bumps stuff down (like IE)>
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 9 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
Product: Tech Evangelism → Tech Evangelism Graveyard
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