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Old 05-07-2017, 07:10 AM   #7
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Originally Posted by theducks View Post
Justin

Line-height is supposed to be numeric only, no units (like em)
line-height: 2.5;

BTW
I use a big line-height when I <br /> a chapter title and subtitle . This allows both to appear in the Sigil generated TOC
Thanks. I guess I was a little mistaken when I read--

The line-height property can accept the keyword values normal or none as well as a number, length, or percentage.

followed by

A length value can be defined using any valid CSS unit (px, em, rem, etc).

here -- https://css-tricks.com/almanac/prope...l/line-height/

Or maybe they're being a little "tricky."

Ennyway, that gives me something else to experiment with to see just how much I can muck things up!

I always value your input, so thanks again!
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