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  1. #1
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    I designed a site using FF. I then start going down the line (chrome/safari, opera, IE) fixing any problems. Immediately, I realized chrome/safari is reading something very strange.
    This particular homepage has an image that is 100% of page. It isn't a background b/c it is also a JS slideshow. I didn't think anything about it. It has a very simple <h1><span></span></h1> at the top and a <h2></h2> below it. I used absolute positioning for both (To sit the text on the image slideshow). Didn't think twice. Now, I am noticing that for safari/chrome <h2> sits on top of <h1>. If I fix it, then it is messed up for FF. The positioning is different!
    What is the deal? Is there any "right" way to target Gecko rendering??? Or maybe I should use CSS to make this image the actual background, but then how do I make the slides?
    Any help is greatly appreciated. I need this site up quick.


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