Nick Fitzsimons wrote:
> One thing immediately stands out: you are declaring a font-size of 85% on
> the body. As the standard browser font size is 16 pixels, and 85% of 16 is
> 13.6, you're starting from a baseline of 13.6 pixels. As you can't have
> fractions of a pixel, you're pretty much bound to run into rounding errors
> and so forth later on.
Actually it won't be later on that it happens. Browsers round
differently, and even 13.6 returns different sizes depending on browser:
Tested in the customary WinXP 96 DPI @ 1024x768:
IE6 - 85% is same as 14px, but 13.6px is same as 13px
Gecko 1.8 - both 13.6px and 85% same as 14px, larger than 13px.
Opera 8.51 - both 13.6px and 85% same as 13px, smaller than 14px.
Konqueror 3.4.2 (Mandriva Linux 2006) - both 13.6px and 85% same as
13px, smaller than 14px.
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