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 #teaser { width: 952px; height: 256px; margin: 0 auto; margin-top: -338px; position: relative; } #teaser #teaser-text { float: left; background: url('../images/teaser_text_backgroung.png') 0 0 no-repeat; width: 219px; height: 200px; padding: 18px 30px 38px 102px; position: relative; z-index: 999; } #teaser #teaser-image { width: 601px; height: 256px; margin-left: 351px; position: relative; z-index: 999; } 

google chrome everything looks right alt text

in other browsers (Mozilla, Opera, s) blocks are moving apart

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apparently, the case is in a given negative margin-top field: -338px; at #teaser, because if you remove it, the blocks become as it should (screen from Mozilla)

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but, of course, #teaser is moving down. Trying to remove a negative top margin from #teaser and wrap it in a separate div with a margin-top: -338px; gave nothing, the blocks are also leaving. Tell me, how can I solve this problem?

The code is too big to lay out on jsfiddle, so in case anyone wants to see, lay out what's done, the archive http://rghost.ru/41470371

    2 answers 2

    1. Why do #logo - height: 311px; ? Remove or if you want to reduce.
    2. At #teaser set overflow: hidden; move to #header after .box and remove the margin-top: -338px;

      #teaser-image Why didn't they put it on float left? Put him float:left; . margin-left: 351px; and position: relative; clean up altogether.