RE: [Q] Shouldn't margin-bottom...? -Reply
>>> Steve Knoblock <email@example.com> 02/05/97 11:29am >>>
>Also are you going to fix the behavior of headings with percent
>When I say font-size: 100% on a heading I expect it to be the same
>size as the font-size specified on the body. Not 100% of some default
This is true. The CSS spec says that percentages are relative
to the parent element's font size .
>Perhaps I do not fully understand the em. I understand it is a unit
>equal to the point size of the type. The following code shows a
>margin of 1px for both paragraphs. Not one margin of 12pt and one
>margin of 24pt equivalents.
I *thought* that em's were the width of the letter "m" in
a font, but the spec says that it's equal to the height of
the elements font , so what do I know? It makes sense,
though, that ems are "m"s, especially when exs are "x"s.
Also, "IE" is not necessarily what you
might think of as being "IE" because the Mac version does
things that the W95 version doesn't; I've noticed that
em is one of those things.
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