mwb1100; your's are fine.
But what font do you have for default in that browser?
My screenshot was from FireFox 3.6.3. The Default font is "Times New Roman", size 16. In the 'Advanced' font dialog, the following options are set:
- Proportional: Serif
- Serif: Times New Roman
- Sans-serif: Arial
- Monospace: Courier New
And "Allow pages to choose their own fonts, instead of my selections above" is checked.
I think that the page is choosing its own font - browsers typically use the font specified by the web page, unless that font isn't installed on the system. Actually, web pages can specify a set of acceptable fonts or font-families, and the browser will choose the first match (if possible). Only if no match is found will it end up using the default.
My CSS skills are pretty sketchy, but from what I can tell, it looks like that webpage is specifying that one of the following fonts be used (in order of preference):
- Helvetica, Arial, "Liberation Sans", "Bitstream Vera Sans", sans-serif
My Vista system doesn't have a "Helvetica" font, but all Windows systems do (or should) have "Arial". Maybe your system has a font named "Helvetica" installed that doesn't work as well as Arial for this page?