On 2007/09/06 17:58 (GMT+0100) Tony Crockford apparently typed:

> If you don't adjust  the font size at all it looks  
> bigger than expected to *most* users 

This is only a problem if you choose to regard it as a problem. Neither is what 
users want and expect necessarily the same thing. Being part of a majority 
doesn't not necessarily make you or the majority right.

> - and if the client is looking
> at their site compared to everyone else they also expect it to look  
> similar, not have massive fonts.

You're the expert. Your clientele is a limited universe you can try to educate. 
You could offer it a look at some authoritative sites that both exhibit respect 
and recommend respect.
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whether any free government can be permanent, where the
public worship of God, and the support of religion,
constitute no part of the policy or duty of the state in
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