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    Senior Member Brak's Avatar
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    Can you consider doing this so that the forum design is constant between mac and pcs? It looks empty on this mac...
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    It's considered to be "bad" because it's then not resizable by the user in thier browser (IIRC).
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    And that's why you put px/pt

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    Originally posted by filburt1
    It's considered to be "bad" because it's then not resizable by the user in thier browser (IIRC).
    That is the fault of IE, not the CSS Mozilla and opera have built their text re-sizing correctly and it works no matter the method the webmaster uses to size their text... I didn't know IE's was broken till I tested it out after this thread... bugger =x
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    It's not the shortcoming of IE. px & pt font-sizes aren't supposed to be resizable (by W3C's spec) Netscrape is actually implementing it wrong here :-P Use em or % font-sizes for ADA compliant scalabilitiy.


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