I will go test this theme and let you know what what I find out.
Unless John St get's here first! LOL
I'm not seeing the issue locally, so I would guess that it is related to some of the changes you made (but I could be wrong). If you could post the URL (or the css changes you made) someone could probably take a look.
As John says, if you could post the css and the changes you have made, then I'm sure we can help out. It's almost impossible to give you an answer just from images.
I still don't see the issue even when using your css. Tested in FF3.6, IE7 and Safari. Did you make changes elsewhere, or maybe your logo is breaking a float, or who knows. Would need to see live at this point...
Well Tomas, It is a wonder anything worked with that CSS
I ran it through the WC3 Validator and found lots of errors, minly the fact you were using HTML rather than css rules. text-color and font-color: do not exist in CSS, it is just color: also you forgot # infront of the colour code in some places. fff; instead of #fff;
There were some other Parse Errors too which related to the fact you added a comment without the /* */ comment tags.
So add this together, can break a theme, so be careful how you change CSS in future.
Can you send me a link to your website?
Can you also tell me which Moodle version you are running ?
What Errors are you getting? With CSS or Moodle debugging?
Not all CSS will Validate fully because of the way Moodle CSS has to be implemented particularly for image output. Also CSS3 will not validate, so be careful making chages to these items.
If you are stuck with anything please ask, as we are only too willing to help you work through this problem.
Many of these odd and weird displacment of side blocks can be triggered by different things, including the browser and personal options within the browser. In Firefox you have the option to set a minimum font size. If this is set to 14 or 16 this can upset the balance of some themes.
Useful information is always welcome. If you are on a fact finding expedition, then please do gather as much information about the computer, its opperating system. If users are using IE8 with compatibility mode switched on, then turn it off and test again. What are user browser settings? And are they markedly different per user/computer? Are computers networked? If so what type? etc. etc.
I´ve noticed that with different users, the display changes.
For example if I login with the admin user the bug appears, but if I do with another user wich is administrator of the site the display is ok.