On 2010/02/07 08:44 (GMT-0600) Del Wegener composed:
> Is there a common user default font-size?
> What is the default setting when the user installs a browser?
> I bet that's where it stays for most users.
If you're a web designer, your job is to make all the pieces of the design
fit together in relation to each other to please yourself and/or your
customer's requirements. The actual physical size they turns out to be in any
particular visitor's user agent should not be and need not be any concern of
yours. That's the concern of the visitor, and only she can decide what's the
right size for herself, including the base text size. She and her local
circle of contacts are the only ones who knows her display size (and maybe
its DPI), what her comfortable reading size is, how far she sits from her
display, and various other factors affecting "right" size.
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