--- "Eric A. Meyer" [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> If you specify a "raw" number for 'line-height', sans
> any unit identifiers that turn it into a length unit,
> then the number is inherited as a scaling factor, which
> is what I was talking about in the book.
You realize what this means; I'll have to rewrite a few
lines of my demo. Luckily a (mis)application of
'line-height' induces so many secondary bugs in IE
that it's still badly needed. (wouldda helped me) :]
What gets me is how wrong I went reading the very
W3C pages you mention. Guess I'm not guru-ed enough yet.
BTW, I got ahold of a copy of your first book,
and you say that IE3 will see a number value for
'line-height' as a pixel value, with disasterous results.
This is going to force me to stop supporting
that browser entirely!
"What the world needs is a good bug ring"--Big John
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