>> To make the font
>> size reasonable to his (or his boss's) eyes, an author who makes such a
>> font the primary one will usually set font size to something fairly small.
>> Then people using systems where that font is not available will see some
>> different font in a size that may be much too small for them.
>> There's no good solution to this at present.
> Yes, there is. Assume your visitors' font preferences are what they
> want, and DON'T SPECIFY A FONT SIZE!!!! Happy visitors are far more
> important to a web site than the tender egos of folk involved in
> designing the site.
While in a perfect world I'd agree with David, it's not so much the
'tender egos of folk involved in designing the site' it's usually,
imnsho, the un- or refused-to-be-educated folk who actually pay for the
site to look/feel a certain way.
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