From: Reece Dunn (msclrhd_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-11-26 04:55:08
> Nice! BTW, I was twidling with the font-size yesterday.
> I am aware that you are using font-size: 90%; I did too
> initially, but now what I found what works very well is
> font-size: smaller; To see the (slight) difference, you can
> check out: http://tinyurl.com/6nphf for example. Notice the
> slight difference in size. Notice too the improved line-spacing.
> This, I guess, is the reason why someone (Deane?) observed that
> the wikipedia pages have better line-spacing. And I agree.
> << BTW, to those who are hesitant to have us tweaking the sizes,
> these are *relative* sizes. You still have control over them
> by tweaking your browser. >>
Also, for comparison, I have revised my pages to use font-size:
smaller;. Here is the link:
With my design people favour either Wiki v1 or v2, with a preference on
v2. Also, blues are the most generally accepted colours.
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