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- Re: text size control css
July 18, 2003, 10:06 am
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No. Absolutely not. Your viewer has the final say about how big her text is.
You can try to control this but then you can be deemed to be intentionally
discriminating against visually challenged people.
Then your design is at fault.
As often happens when tables are used for layout.
Yes this is a common problem with those who design to desktop publishing
guidelines rather than for the web.
There are many workarounds. The precice one needed for you depends on you
providing us with a URL to look at.
Re: text size control css
Only by using a graphic in place of the text.
.... frowned upon by anyone concerned with accessibility issues. Many
people need to magnify the text in order to read it.
Looks like a re-design job.
ps. You might want to consider changing the 'ALT=' on a lot of your
graphics from 'Goforth Designs' to ""