Adjusting font sizes


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Adjusting font sizes

Granted, CSS Transitions and Transforms can be so much eye candy, not that there is anything wrong with the occasional bit of sweetening. However, in this movie, I'm going to demonstrate a technique that is both straightforward and practical by applying CSS transitions to the font size property. What happens when the user encounters a part of the web page that's too small to read? Like, for example, the privacy statement on the bottom of this file, which is the index.htm file found in the Chapter 2/ 02_05 folder of the exercise files.

Now in order to read this, you can squint, you can zoom in using the browser's View menu item. But every time you do that, everything gets bigger and is still difficult to read. Let me go back to the actual size. Or if their operating system supports a magnified function like the Mac OS X does, they can use that. So I'm going to press Ctrl and use my scroll wheel to zoom in, and as you can see, that kind of works, but then you get into scrolling issues....

Adjusting font sizes
Video duration: 3m 24s 2h 25m Intermediate

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Adjusting font sizes provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Joseph Lowery as part of the CSS: Transitions and Transforms

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