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blog-post-label and nav-bar /navbar-inverse should position relative to each other. It looks like the nav-bar /navbar-inverse has an absolute position as the blog-post-label flows under it when resizing the screen to very small sizes (in Chrome on OSX)

If position: relative is added to .navbar-inverse the problem goes away. Is this allowed or would you override the vanilla twitter bootstrap css with that and should a better/more correct/more the-bootstrap-way nesting of divs & classes be used?