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Hi Stefan, *,

On Fri, Feb 18, 2011 at 12:20 AM, Stefan Weigel
<> wrote:

See bug:
after reload:

html > body > div#BgContainer > div#TopHeader > div#banner >
h2#countdown > a.banner1

Does this also reflect the actual html-source that is fetched (not
sure whether saving will refetch the document)

after reload:
html > body > div#BgContainer > div#TopHeader > a.banner1 >
div#banner > h2#countdown

Strange indeed - why does it mess up with the document-structure/order?
The code is like this (i.e. the "after reload" one is correct):
<a class="banner1" href="";
title="Go to the donations page to find out more">
 <div id="banner1">
  <div id="marker1">
   <p id="marker-text">$Metertext</p>
   <div id="marker2" style="width:{$Meterwidth}px;"></div>
  <h2 id="countdown">$Bannertext</h2>

What could be the reason for mixing up the order of the elements?

If it was only you, then I'd say corrupted copy in your local cache,
but as at least one other person did experience it and the banner
shows current values, I assume a bad proxy / rewriting
virus/website-scanner (on Ubuntu?) or an actual browser bug.
From those the browser bug sounds most realistic. (If it would be a
general problem, then more people would be affected...)


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