I copied and pasted their own example and theirs works so I know it is something in my own script giving me the problem.
I am seeing a problem with 'their script' ('simply beautiful', and 'so real-unreal') not showing at all in Firefox...
I was under the impression from conversations sat the college that Gecko rending (Moz, Fx, NS, Seamonkey, Konquerer, etc) only recognizes indexes that are positive integers, not negatives. Not sure if "zero" actually counts as a 'positive'. We always tried to avoid "0" so that all browsers would understand. In IE-view, I see your page and I see the two examples from DD ('simply beautiful', and 'so real-unreal'? images). In Firefox, these are totally missing (due to z-index:0;??), and the page-text over-runs the container (container fails to expand).