Aaack! Will you PLEASE give advance warning when linking to a site that plays background sounds.
You're going to need to be specific about what isn't displaying. When I opened the two side by side, the rotating block of images at the top took longer to load on the front page, but it got there eventually. Didn't notice any gaps.
Msg#: 4335425 posted 6:25 am on Jul 6, 2011 (gmt 0)
Sorry, next time remind that plays background sounds. On the frontapage do not appear in any article images, except for a small image next to the date. Beware, the sound in the background [julie-wimmer-interior-design.com...] Thanks
Msg#: 4335425 posted 7:53 am on Jul 6, 2011 (gmt 0)
It's browser-specific. On my Mac it displays fine in AppleWebKit (Safari and Chrome) and Mozilla (Camino and Firefox). Opera doesn't like it. This is surprising, because Opera tends to be good at overcoming errors; sometimes it can handle pages that other browsers balk at.
Psst! Boys! You're missing a hot fashion picture!
Holy cow, what a lot of external scripts and css you've got. Plenty of room for things to get lost there.
Msg#: 4335425 posted 10:34 am on Jul 6, 2011 (gmt 0)
no CMS/PHP scripts please, not in CSS anyway ;) - As I think you've been advised elsewhere this is likely a CMS issue rather than a CSS one. The images aren't even in the source code so CSS can't style them ;)
As a guess (I don't know Joomla) are you using a plugin to detect the first image in article to produce the post teaser image on the left?.. If so it's possibly a setting in that which ignores other images. I'd check out the plugin or it's support area
or if not, it's maybe even just a Joomla setting where you have to explicitly tell it, somewhere in the settings, that you want images in your teaser or intro text.
In short I think you need to be on Joomla support forums rather than CSS ones ;)