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I'm not sure why this is the case but Firefox and IE display the site very different from Google Chrome. I have updated to all the latest browsers with no luck.

Any idea what is happening?

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Appreciate any input.

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Not sure where your concern

Not sure where your concern lies. I see this

<div style="..."  
     id="s5_center_column_wrap_inner" 
     class="s5_resize_center_columns">

It has a transparent background color, and in Chrome, it's white. Also, Chrome appears to have some padding that's missing in FF.

Of greater concern, are the 14 levels (if I counted correctly) of nested div elements. This is a trivial layout made all too complex.

There is no way to properly debug this page. There are html syntax errors and 215! css errors. Granted, some are due to proprietary properties and values, but not that many.

Note that you declare xhtml1.0 transitional, but are using html5 elements. The proper doctype to use is either <!doctype html> or <!doctype xhtml>. HTML is the preferred.

gary

If your web page is as clever as you can make it, it's probably too clever for you to debug or maintain.