Ok, pages load left to right (well, code from up to down, but rows are from left to right in up to down code... yeah...)
The left side of a particular site I'm working on loads correctly. Now, depending on how much is inside the center, the right side will (sometimes) not be aligned correctly. It's as if it loads the left, part of the center, and the right, then it loads the rest of the center... so if I had blah x 500 in the center, the right side would slowly move down while the center loads (say the center Blahs were all images).
If you hit refresh, it corrects itself.
No big deal if everyone understood to just hit refresh when something looks bad, but considering this happens almost every time on first load, it gives a horrible first impression.
Any clue how to optimize this so maybe after the page is done loading it'll check to make sure everything is actually aligned correctly? I wouldn't mind the right side moving down as things load and then suddenly shoot back up to the top where it's supposed to be.
I'll send the website url if no one understands what I'm asking...