July 28, 2002
What's the smallest line you can read?

I've now had two requests to bump up the font size in the blog content area, so I've changed it from 11px to 12px in the style sheet. I hope this is better. As always, any constructive feedback is appreciated.

Posted by Charles Kuffner on July 28, 2002 to Administrivia

Maybe you could stick one of those javascript font size variant controls?

You know... for the kids.

Posted by: Laurence Simon on July 28, 2002 9:46 PM

You can actually go smaller with a sans-serif font like Verdana or Arial....because you're using a serif font, you had to increase to 12px.

Posted by: Josh on July 29, 2002 8:52 AM

In Netscape 7.x, at least, your links are still in a smaller font. It's a little bizarre, and rather hurts the flow of the reading experience, such as it is.

Posted by: David on July 29, 2002 11:19 AM

Looks good, except that in Opera, the stylesheets display don't force the links to the right. I had a similiar problem (on I.E. the page would not load completely, due to a bug in the way it handled css). I fixed it by wrapping the content in a table. It would take care of your Opera display problem, too.

Posted by: kevin on July 29, 2002 8:52 PM

CSS will never, ever display properly in all browsers, I've found. Unless you're a whopping coding genius. I'm thinking of declaring failure and using -- sigh -- tables.

Posted by: Josh on July 30, 2002 9:05 AM