[NH] Re: Font sizing that works . . . and doesn't
- --- In email@example.com, sisterscape <sisterscape@y...> wrote:
>I think we're basically on the same page there Sister. I set my base font size at 100% and then down size to .85em (give or take a few em's) to get what I want and I've had excellent results doing it that way over the years too.
> John, I usually set my base font size anywhere between 76 - 82% and
> then the main content font at 100% (or 1em). Headers of course are
> sized up and footers etc. are sized down. This system has not failed
> me yet in my extensive testing.
Thanks to your and Greg's comments I've revised my list of fonts and removed Times New Roman, Times, and serif from my TopStyle CSS template. I should have done this a long time ago, however since those were near the end of my chain of fonts, it's not likely to make any difference to the people viewing my pages.