iframe content appears in Windows 7 or Mac FF

I read almost all the messages on the frames displayed in FF, however, I have a strange problem. While I am able to get the iframe to display, NOT the ENTIRETY of its contents is the display. It's weird. An example page is below, click on the virtual tour tab and you'll see what I mean. All the code is displayed. This also happens for another page with the same type of code. This works fine in Chrome/IE PC and Mac. Any help would be appreciated.
Thank you

http://www.kdnovelties.com/educational/Terrance-the-giraffe/personalized_293.html

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The content is there, but it is hidden with display: no rule of style, so that it seems if there is script runs to display this content, then it does not end properly.

<div id="virtualbook" class="kdnbook" style="height: 465px; width: 680px; display: none; margin: auto;"></div>

Removal of display: none, the book appears to me.

The Web Console also displays an error with the MP3 file:

HTTP "Content-Type" of "audio/mpeg" is not supported. Load of media resource http://26ebe445280acec2e3b0-023df79dc48add581f4e26895345aac6.r54.cf1.rackcdn.com/page-flip.mp3 failed.

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