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    Vlad Ghitulescu


    I have some really strange behavior with my site:

    build with Twitter Bootstrap 3.

    The issue: when clicking on the navbar-items (was / wieviel / wann / wo / wer) the website jump to a wrong position.

    This problem appears only when navigating the website with

    a) Firefox (27.0) or b) Opera (12.16 Build 1860) on my iMac (running OS X 10.9.1) or c) Internet Explorer (9.0.8112 16421) d) Opera (12.16 Build 1860) e) Firefox (14.0.1) on a PC (running Windows 7)

    and when the browser-window is so wide that the navbar is not collapsed.

    This problem appears not at all with:

    a) Safari (7.0.1 (9537.73.11)) or b) Chrome (32.0.1700.102) on my iMac c) Mobile Safari, Opera and Chrome on an iPhone 5s & iPad 2 running iOS 7.0.5 d) Chrome (18.0.1025.162) or e) Safari on the PC above mentioned

    The fact that this issue appears only when the navbar is not collapsed reminds me of a question I’ve put 5 days before, at stack overflow (collapsed navbar remains expanded on a Twitter Bootstrap website, regarding the problem that the collapsed navbar stayed extended after clicking… but I really don’t know if this is a related problem!

    Any ideas?


    Regards, Vlad

    Vlad Ghitulescu


    The problem is solved (kudos to MrMurphy I had put the id’s in span-elements instead of h2’s!

    I have corrected this and have now another problem (at least in all browsers the same! ;-), that I’ll post in a separate thread.


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