January 7, 2009
by Chris Coyier
This is not a "framework" or anything, I was just screwing around with typography and getting things to line up according to a strict horizontal and vertical grid. It is inspired by the
Compose to a Vertical Rhythm article by Richard Rutter a few years ago, except uses unitless line height.
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font: 10px/2 "Lucida Grande", Helvetica, Sans-Serif;
I thought the results were very pleasing. If you have a site heavy on text content, I think paying fine-grained attention to the underlying grid is important.
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