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Dodgy sizing issue with Google Fonts – HTML & CSS – SitePoint Forums

Dave Maxwell and Paul O’Brien, gentlemen, thank you for helping me. It’s been an eye opener to take the little trip your links sent me and I’m only beginning to thank you now because I’ve read. And reading.

I’ll post my code, but what’s amazing to me is this: I got it to work without the Viewport meta tag. In fact, I didn’t even realize that I had completely left it out until now, preparing to release my code. I used Dave’s link to read about Viewports. But I also clicked on this link –

– and down he said that of the major browsers, only Chrome recognizes the text-size-adjust goods. Well that pissed me off. I didn’t come all this way just to learn that I would have to define my fonts pixel by pixel. So I ran to the flag pole and to my surprise it worked!

html, body {
        text-size-adjust: 100%;

All code follows. I will come back to my thread to discuss the Paul viewport meta tag in a few days. Ok, thing3 could be is really bad Paul lol. You uh, might not like the new ones. I will come back to continue this thread because coding for mobile is like hitting an iceberg and I want to research my LG Stylo 4 SmartPhone first. His . . .

The big lesson



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