Felix Miata wrote:
> You can also see that IE is using 10pt Courier New in its
> internal stylesheet for PRE, CODE, TT, SAMP & TEXTAREA
What has probably not been mentioned yet, is that this IE behavior (i.e.
those elements having a smaller default size) can simply be overridden
specifying percentage size. I mean that:
uses 10pt as you say, but
uses the classic 12pt, and any
uses 12pt as reference for the computation of x%.
On the other hand, the FF default size for monospace (the usual 13px in
Windows) is carried over when such percentages are applied (at least under
some circumstances). This is inevitably going to produce fonts smaller than
Bruno Fassino http://www.brunildo.org/test
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