Felix Miata wrote:
> Gunlaug Sørtun wrote:
>> Just keep line-heights as percentage or unitless values, since
>> pixels on line-height is "frozen values" in some browsers.
> Line-height specified by any value except unitless is frozen in all
> standards-compliant browsers. Whether you use ex, px, pt, % or any
> other unit at all, the computed value is the value that will inherit.
That's one side of it, and correctly so.
What I meant with "frozen values" can be seen in IE6 and Opera, if
line-height is set in pixels. That line-height isn't computed at all, no
matter how one define 'compute'.
- In IE6 (and older - don't know about IE7 yet) a line-height of 14px
stays at 14 pixels even when font-size is ignored in accessibility mode.
Looks a bit "odd" when fonts starts overlapping as one steps up their size.
- In Opera 7.54 (and older and possibly also newer) the same thing
happens for "minimum font size". Nice overlap with a 28px font, and
line-heights at 14px. Makes good read...
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