gouri - 3:58 am on Jul 21, 2012 (gmt 0)
I looked at the stylesheet again and saw that for the page header and h1 tag, font sizes are specified, but they are in px. If I zoom in and out when the font sizes are in px, will the size of the text change or will it remain the same?
Also, I saw that there is a font size specified for the body text and I believe that it is 12px. I feel that this should probably be bigger so can you please tell me how I should resize it so when I zoom in and out, the size of the text will change? Should I use keywords, em, or some other specification? Or is there a way to use 12px as a base and make a change based on that and when if the reader zooms in and out, the size of the text will change?
For most browsers, what is the user default size?
In terms of body text, I was thinking of using inline span style (I have to use something since I will be making a change from the font family in the stylesheet) and <br /> tags between paragraphs and a </span> tag after the last paragraph.
Can the search engines recognize that the text after a <br /> tag is the start of a new paragraph? Or would I have to use p style at the beginning of each paragraph and a </p> tag at the end. Some of my pages have a lot of paragraphs so I am thinking that using span style would be better (this will use less code)?