first: Thank you very very much for your patience and caring! I would be totally lost without you. Honestly.
second: well, I think this is the right problem. I can test on 3 different resoulutions: 1920x1080 (pc with monitor 1), 1600x900 (pc with monitor 2) and 1366x768 (laptop). I end up in different sections of the page by using 3 different resolutions. But I wonder why on every of these 3 resolutions
sub-page to anchor pg-220-0 (“Angebotsportfolio”) is working well and
sub-page to anchor pg-220-6 (“3Co. Team”) is working well, too.
resolution 1366x768 sub-page navigation called “Kontakt” end up on front-page in the news section (pg 220-11)
screenshot res1366x768: http://s19.postimg.org/sgvmrgw03/res1366x768_anchor_problem.png
resolution 1600x900 sub-page navigation called “Kontakt”, as well as it is for “News”, both end up on front-page in the last third of the “Kontakt” section (pg 220-10).
resolution 1920x1080 quite the same problem as res 1600x900
screenshot res 1920x1080: http://s19.postimg.org/yx4lhk4jn/res1920x1080_anchor_problem.png
And: I think it does not solve the problem to write a css statement for each existing resolution because I simply cannot test it and it is not important that the whole thing works on MY computer, it should work on every computer, tablet, mac, smartphone etc. of our costumers. In case of it would necessary to state a single css statement for each existing resolution I would be absolutely overstrained.
I really hope, that you can find a solution for this problem. A lot of work have been gone into the whole thing by myself (and by sydney programmers, too).
Ah, well. Any idea?
Warmest regards from icecold berlin,