Actually, zoom enlarges the pictures as well (my primary reason for
using it), so that would not work. I allow the user to utilize their
browser as far as the choice for enlarging just text is concerned.
From: Stephen Rider [EMAIL-REMOVED]]
Sent: Tuesday, January 25, 2005 2:16 PM
To: CSS-D; George Smyth
Subject: Re: [css-d] Validation Blues
I saw an interesting effect recently on a web page where the designer
had done an all-CSS markup, and used "em" for EVERYTHING (font-sizes,
widths, margin, padding, etc. etc. etc.)
The effect was such that changing the font size effectively zoomed in
the entire page.
Might be a lot cleaner than what you're doing. Worth a look at any
On Jan 25, 2005, at 11:38 AM, George Smyth wrote:
> I normally stay away from anything that is browser-specific, but one
> exception has been the ability to magnify the page, which has shown
> itself to be useful to some of our low-vision users. This uses the
> property only available in IE (hopefully others will embrace this).
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