This page renders with a large white space above the "Photo Equipment and Consumer Electronics" image heading on the left hand side.
The large white space is caused by the contents of a dropdown listbox being dumped into the content. Apparently the </font> tag inside the <option> is being treated as the end tag for another <font> tag above the select, causing the browser to assume that there should have been a </select> and adding one automatically. Removing the <font> tag inside the option (supposedly the start tag for the </font>) doesn't affect IE _or_ mozilla, so I guess IE always treats <select> as having higher precedence or something, whereas mozilla ignores the opening <font> tag AND treats them as having the same precedence. (I think I'll stop speculating now and just send this to the parser people.)
sounds like jesse has done a great analysis. harish?
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 37618 ***