Using a text only editor like NotePad, in the edumat.coffeecup.com/stylesheets/default.css stylesheet, around line 394, add the highlighted:
By The way, for just starting out, things look pretty good. And for your information, the script styles the fadeshow1 element, overriding the
position: absolute; you have there with
position: relative;. It adds some other styles as well, but none of those conflict with any of those others you have there.
I have no idea exactly why the float fixes it, but it does, or why it's a problem in Firefox only to begin with, but it is (possibly in some others built like Firefox - like maybe Netscape, some other Mozilla, these others are rarely used). And it doesn't appear to cause any problems in other browsers. If it does, let me know.
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