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why not just go font-less, and not declare a font?
Latest visitor feedback is that the site looks sharper and more focused. So far so good! :)
On the other hand their default fonts are designed to be readable at small sizes, so falling back to them is not a bad idea.
joined:June 15, 2001
Scaling is one area where I have seen some issues.
if you add to that the possibility of varying font width it becomes nearly impossible to know how your layout will appear on a user's screen.
Many are successfully using a mix of percentages and em for scalable font sizes.
Jake, you're throwing forks in my road!
The problem with percentages and em is that they are multiplicative, so if you are reusing components you can get odd results.
coder not paying attention to their own CSS rules
joined:Sept 11, 2016