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Is it just me, or had anyone else noticed the homepage left navigation (sidebar-left) floating underneath the content and not on the left? All the other pages seem to have it positioned properly. I checked in FF3 and IE7.

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Yeah, it happens in Safari,

Yeah, it happens in Safari, too. I didn't notice it because I never use the home page I come in directly through the side window.

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Looks like the HTML's got

Looks like the HTML's got messed up somehow. The sidebar's width is 19% and the main column's width is 96% and they're contained within the same parent which only takes up 79% of the available space.

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The teaser for the

The teaser for the Compassion blog was breaking inside the quote.

Thanks for pointing out the problem.

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No problem. Everything looks

No problem. Everything looks fine to me now.