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re: How CSS line-height works and best practices VIEW POST

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I think there's a mistake with the percentage definition. When you define line-height to 1.5% you don't multiply it by 1.5, you multiply it by 0.15.

Also it refers to the element it is defined, not the parent. 100% on the child would give a line-height value of 24px.

At least it's what I'm getting on Firefox. Is it different for you?

 

Your are right!
It should be 150%!

Yeah while I was writing this I was thinking for some reason about witdh or height. % in line-heigh refers to the font-size of the element.

Thank you!

 

Yes and it refers to the font-size of the element itself. I think that for .child to have a line-height of 24px it should have it set to 100%.

I just forgot to update the CSS 🤣.

Now it should be correct!

Thanks again! appreciated it!

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