[thelist] CSS help for the Linux Foundation

Felix Miata mrmazda at ij.net
Thu Jun 28 07:47:54 CDT 2007

On 2007/06/28 09:30 (GMT+0100) Lee Kowalkowski apparently typed:

> If you had a font-size of 12px and a line height of 14px, you should
> use a line-height of 1.2, (same as 1.2em or 120%).  1.2 is most
> browser's default line-height.  Most style guides say this is too
> small for paragraph text, increase for better legibility (between 1.4
> and 1.6: http://www.sitepoint.com/print/anatomy-web-fonts).

The default leading is just fine when text size and line lengths are
optimal, WAD. IOW, extra line height is a readability compensation for
excessive line length and web rampant too small text.
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