Responsive Design Tricks: Fluid Typography With CSS 3 | Webmonkey
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Building responsive websites means that your design has to adapt to different screen sizes. That there is no such thing as “pixel perfect” has long been a maxim of good web design, but nowhere is this more true than when you start working with percentage widths, em-based type and other flexible techniques of responsive design. While fluid grids, adaptive images and other tools help, sometimes even basic things like the flow of type can look wrong without a little extra help.
One common problem when design
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