There's a bug in Twitter Bootstrap using navbar-fixed-top where resizing the page causes anything on the right hand side of the menu to eventually find a screen size position where it's not properly calculated and the menu expands to two lines of text, overlapping and obscuring the lines below, and it overwrites our line there the inbox is displayed.
This problem isn't unique to WebmasterWorld, it even happens on the main bootstrap site itself as you step up and down resizing the browser viewport.
The only solution I've found to this annoying problem is to switch back to a static navbar that's not positioned on the top of the screen at all times which loses a lot of ease of use and functionality.
Like I said, I've looked far and wide and tried a bunch of solutions offered, nothing worked.
Anyone got a solution to this?
Or do we just have to wait for Bootstrap to fix this issue assuming they even know there's a bug in the first place!