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Old 05-11-2012, 02:07 PM   #3
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Thanks for looking at it, BB.

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Originally Posted by BensonBear View Post
It doesn't work for me either, but note that the dropcaps style has an absolute size for font-size. That really is not correct if you are going to be changing overall font-size in the document. I changed it to 400% and then it worked just fine on the Kobo.
Ahh, OK, that's helpful. So, for my own learning: it's better to use, say, percentages or em measurements than font sizes in points? I can see how that makes sense.

Thanks again!


(I've got a couple of teach-yourself books on HTML and CSS generically, but does anyone know of any that deal with how these are applied specifically to ebooks?)

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