https://bugzilla.wikimedia.org/show_bug.cgi?id=49965

--- Comment #21 from Eduard Braun <eduard.bra...@gmx.de> ---
As it seems where not really able to fix this issue only by adjusting the
line-height of the subs/sups since especially Firefox uses different
positioning:

What if we take a completely different approach and set the position of subs
and sups manually? This way we could potentially synchronize the positioning
across browsers and therfore produce a pleasing display on all systems.

Similar to [1] I tested the following CSS in IE 11 and FF 28 and it seems to
work really nicely:

sup, sub {
   vertical-align: baseline;
   position: relative;
}
sup { top: -0.6em; }
sub { top: 0.4em; }


Would this be a reasonable approach?


[1]
http://css-tricks.com/snippets/css/prevent-superscripts-and-subscripts-from-affecting-line-height/

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