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This is more of a cross-browser / stylesheet / QA problem. Different browsers (i.e. Chrome versus Firefox) read positioning attributes differently, which can cause spacing problems if you don't test the appearance of your pages on at least a couple different browsers.
If you have access to a web developer, s/he can help you to implement some code on your landing page templates that can tell different browsers how to read your styling elements - I went that route with a previous company.
Here's a Stack Overflow article that gives some background on positioning issues that may come up:
Hope that helps.