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Re: Newbie: Relative size

From: Bert Bos <bbos@hyctia.inria.fr>
Date: Tue, 9 Jun 1998 12:38:13 +0200
Message-Id: <199806091038.MAA02627@hyctia.inria.fr>
To: (wrong string) ÷ldebrand <chimbis@bahnhof.se>
Cc: www-style@w3.org
Martin Skj÷ldebrand writes:
 > I've come to another stop in my reading of Cascading Style Sheets.
 > 
 > In the book the authors compare relative sizes to absolute. With
 > absolute one may specify a two step increment in one go (P: font-size:
 > medium; -> P: font-size: x-large;). As I understand it this is not
 > possible with relative size, where the increment is always one step a
 > time. Am I wrong?

No, your reading is correct. Using just 'larger', a child element
cannot be more than one size larger than its parent element.


Bert
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