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    #2250
    kiwi
    kiwi
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    OK, I can guess at the problem, but it is not a problem for me in any theme or any browser, so something unique to your site. You can confirm this at http://demo.kiwitrees.net.

    The imagebar code calls it’s own style sheet (style.js) which should be adding this css to its div element for the simpl_grey theme to get this:
    <div id="fancy_imagebar" style="clear:both; overflow:hidden;">

    If you use Firebug to check I’m sure you will see that this css is not present in your display. You will see just
    <div id="fancy_imagebar">

    The possible causes are:

    1. You might need to clear your browser cache
    2. The file /modules_V3/fancy_imagebar/style.js might be missing or corrupt.

    If neither of these help change the module settings so it displays on your “Home” page and I’ll have a look at it there.

    Nigel
    My personal kiwitrees site is www.our-families.info