Hi,
I used px to represent font size (and used font-family : Arial, Helvetica,
sans-serif;) and noticed
slight difference in the way the font was reprsented on NS4.7x and IE (for
Win9x)...

I think I better install Linux and see how it looks under there before
making any final decisions..

Thanks!
Bye!

--
Gautam N. Lad
http://www.cubicdesign.com

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> i just wanted to say that the <font> attribute is deprecated anyway.
> the correct way is to use style sheets or a "style" attribute. if you
> want a specific behavior on your webpage (ie. you don't want to use a
> relative font size). you can specify a font size in pixels ( font-
> size: 10px ). the size _should_ be the same in any system.

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