- Don't Use FireFox For Web Development [3 Updates]
- Artist <email@example.com> Mar 18 06:50AM -0500
It has to do with the calling the smaller font as a class, I guess. I
don't think the code is illegal, just not supported in FF and IE.
But I was able to eventually spot the issue in Chrome because the
SmallerText class call wasn't working. Had to resort to font-size=smaller
Who'd've thunk it?
- Liam Kenneth <firstname.lastname@example.org> Mar 18 01:13PM
Why don't you just use pixels instead? Smaller and small won't work unless
you set body font 100% I think but its still better to use pixels or ems.
- Artist <email@example.com> Mar 18 08:53AM -0500
It works fine now.
I like using small, smaller, large and larger because it allows the user to
define those parameters.
I would prefer using ems, otherwise. But with mobile computing on the rise
I don't want to mess viewers up on that platform. Which is why I like the
small/smaller, large/larger compromise, as it doesn't restrict platforms.
Of course this is just based on what has been working for me so far on that
handheld devices platform. But I like the results.
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