Hi all. I've looked everywhere but can only find hacks and tricks and rules, but nothing that actually addresses or helps this problem I'm having with font-size in Win IE6. I have css that sets font-sizes using keywords. Actually, it's all font-size:small. Oh, and I also do not care if the font-size appears to be consistent across browsers. The whole idea is to give control of the text size to the users. Now, here is the problem. The font size looks small enough, but if I click on a link, or even if I just click on the document anywhere really, the font size gets really big, about 14pt , and some of it overlaps. (My browser is set at text size small). How do I stop that weird behavior? I've never heard it described anywhere, and it doesn't appear to be something that would respond to css trickery. My intention is to try to explain it away as a browser bug, but I'm not sure that that explanation is going to fly.