I'm not sure whether it is a stylesheet issue: it is the stylesheet as interpreted by chrome... all is fine with firefox. Whether the bug is in chrome or the stylesheet or elsewhere is well beyond my HTML/CSS skills, but I can ask around.

After asking around, and testing with a colleague, we got the same strange size behavior on firefox mac as well.

There are 2 possible solutions:

(1) do not nest in the first place (i.e. apply the patch I sent).

(2) do use absolute sizes in the CSS, not relative ones like "1.3em"
    which accumulate multiplications when code appears in code,
    and count on the navigator ctrl-+/- for users to adjust size
    consistently to their needs.


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