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> From: [EMAIL-REMOVED]
> [EMAIL-REMOVED]] On Behalf Of Uwe Kaiser
> Sent: Tuesday, December 20, 2005 11:43 AM
> To: [EMAIL-REMOVED]
> Subject: Re: [css-d] Headings sometimes not working in Firefox
> On 20.12.2005 14:43, Larry Wilcox wrote:
> > Sometimes when I use an <h1>, <h4>, tag etc. the text doesn't show
> > properly in Firefox but is OK in IE.
> > This is the code I'm using.
> > <h4 style="position:absolute; bottom:6px;
> left:139px;">There will be
> > no services on Christmas Day</h4>
> > I end up having to set font-size to get a larger type. Where am I
> > messing up?
> > Larry
> If I understand you right, you wonder why a h4 element has
> different default size in different browsers in relation to
> normal text size.
> This behavior is normal, since nowhere is defined that an h4
> element has to be (i.e.) 1.4 times bigger than normal text size.
> Uwe Kaiser
I have the h4 tag set in the css file for 18px but it doesn't show that big
Could this have anything to do with an absolutely positioned div?
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