Re: [NH] font problem with IE and Netscape
- Different browsers render fonts differently. If it's NN 4 your worried
about (I still do!), you can set one size for NN 4 then set another one
for all other browsers like this:
} /* */
The best tut I've found on getting font sizes to work cross browser can
be found here -
If you follow those suggestions you will be pretty successful at
getting most all your font sizes to work across browers and at all text
Hope that helps.
--- ofdddd <ofdddd@...> wrote:
> I am using the same stylesheet for a web site, but font size appears__________________________________________________
> differently in current versions of IE and Netscape.
> The relevant style follows:
> font-size: 150%;
> Why would my text be rendered larger in IE than Netscape?
> Any help will be appreciated.
> Corum Deo,
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- ofdddd wrote:
>I am using the same stylesheet for a web site, but font size appearsMaybe you use different text size in the two browsers?
>differently in current versions of IE and Netscape.
>The relevant style follows:
>Why would my text be rendered larger in IE than Netscape?
>Any help will be appreciated.
If that's not it, which versions of the two browsers? How does the HTML
look? Is #content in a table by any chance? Netscape 4 doesn't inherit
font-size into tables. Neither does modern IE and Moz if they are in quirks
mode. That said, percent is the only unit for font-size that AFAIK is
bug-free in all modern browsers so there is no reason it shouldn't be
possible to get a consistent look. Nuff guessing. ;-)