Thanks Guys, > If you use em you won't get the same > consistency, but people will be able to change the text size via the > browser, which seems to be a pretty significant accessibility issue. Yep, yep, nod, nod. I think that it was the useability thingy that I was remembering. For example, if you were to code a page thus... <SPAN STYLE="font-size: '1em'"> This is some text that is marked in EM's This is some text that is marked in EM's</SPAN> <P><!--Whitespace--></P> <SPAN STYLE="font-size: '12px'"> This is some text that is marked in PT's This is some text that is marked in PT's</SPAN> ...And a visually impaired user (or anyone for that matter) chose to view pages with TEXT-SIZE set to largest, then they may find themselves squinting at your 2nd paragraph. Although I can now understand that if you are required to have full control of your page real estate then you may choose to go with 'px' for that reason. Cheers, Darren Neimke Programmer Queensland State Home Loans Ph: 3017 8811 ***** Disclaimer ***** This e-mail (which includes any attachment) is only for the use of the intended recipient/s and is confidential and/or privileged. The sender disclaims liability for any errors, omissions, viruses, loss and/or damages arising from using, opening or transmitting this e-mail. If you are not the/an intended recipient, you must not retain, distribute or copy this e-mail and should notify the sender immediately by return e-mail.