Harry M. Kriz
Harry_M_Kriz at vt.edu
Wed Dec 10 09:25:39 EST 1997
At 05:04 PM 12/9/97 -0800, Thomas wrote:
>The other approach is to stop expressing presentational ideas with the
>relatively clumsy style hacks that have been added to HTML, and to start
>using a tool that was designed for the job. The tool that has a fair degree
>of support is Cascading Stylesheets (CSS); it is supported in 2.5 of the
>four browsers you mention.
In providing readable presentations on the screen, you still have the
problem of dealing with the reader's device. For example, I use a 21"
monitor at 1600x1200 resolution. Pages now using CSS often set fonts so
small that I sometimes cannot read them easily, if at all. I miss the
ability of being able to reset the font size to my liking.
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