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    Hi all - I'm working on a layout for a game that I'm putting together and I'm really unsure if the size of the font works or not. I've only got the main page and the about page working as of now, but I want to see if people think I need to change the font size or not.

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    I could live with the font size, a bigger margin either side of the text would help along with an easier to read left alignment as opposed to justified. In terms of what your site is about you might want to look into using a serif font.

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    On my resolution (1280x1024), the font is a little small. It's also hard to read on the background you've chosen. You may want to take that bg image into Photoshop and make it a slightly opaque, and put the image on top of a color similar to that image.

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    Quote Originally Posted by splufdaddy
    On my resolution (1280x1024), the font is a little small. It's also hard to read on the background you've chosen. You may want to take that bg image into Photoshop and make it a slightly opaque, and put the image on top of a color similar to that image.
    I don't have photoshop as it costs to much. I do have paint shop pro and have adjusted the coloring of the background before so that the black font was readable.

    Is there a way to do percentages with the font to make it scale on different resolutions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trico
    I could live with the font size, a bigger margin either side of the text would help along with an easier to read left alignment as opposed to justified. In terms of what your site is about you might want to look into using a serif font.
    Is there a way to adjust the margin inside a layer? I've been sitting here trying to do it but I'm lost.

    As for the serif font - thanks, it does look slightly better.

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    Make the size of the layer smaller and account for the channge in size with padding-left and padding-right
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    I would make the navigation readable, as I am straining to understand it without reading the tooltips.
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