Divs moving when zooming in on screen

Hi I am finding that the lower four divs on my homepage design are jumping around if I zoom in and out, only in IE works OK in FF and Chrome.
It was working ok even though the divs are fixed width and floated left. But I must have changed something that has had a knock on effect??
Any suggestions appreciated

There is no way to "zoom" a photo other than for viewing - you can crop it and then thecropped image is saved when you click done and you can print it

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