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Building Resizeable Components with Relative CSS Units

The following is a guest post by Ahmad Shadeed. Ahmad has put together a ton of examples to show off how using relative units can benefit us. I think a lot of us think of units like em as being for font-size, which it is, but can also be for lots of other things, tying together typographic sizing and other visual elements.Read article

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Use `rem` for Global Sizing; Use `em` for Local Sizing

Richard Rutter’s guide for setting the font-size of an element is interesting: he argues that we should use both em and rem units depending on the relationship it might have with other elements on the page:

Take the example of a pull quote containing two short paragraphs. The spacing between the paragraphs will depend on the size of the paragraph text, so you could feasibly set that spacing in either rems or ems. Should you decide during your design process

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